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    Ambulances wait outside the Torrespacio skyscraper, right, as a jogger runs by in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, April 16, 2019, after the 57-storey office tower in Madrid's business district that houses several foreign embassies was evacuated due to an unspecified security threat

    Skyscraper Hosting 4 Embassies Evacuated in Madrid Over Bomb Threat - Reports

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    Emergency services, including firefighters, national and municipal police, have reportedly arrived at the scene, according to the Spanish media.

    A reported on Tuesday bomb threat in Spain's fourth-tallest skyscraper, The Torre Espacio, which hosts embassies of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands, turned out to be a false alarm, the police stated.

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    This comes after earlier in the day, Reuters reported citing police spokeswoman that the edifice located at the Paseo de la Castellana was evacuated due to a suspected bomb. The National Police has urged anyone who was inside or in the vicinity of the building to follow the instructions of the security staff.

    However, later in the day, police stated in a tweet that people can now re-enter the 235 metres high skyscraper.


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