ATLANTA -- Atlanta Police have reopened several streets downtown after determining a hand grenade found on a Greyhound bus was fake.
The grenade reportedly fell out of a box on a bus at the Forsyth Street Greyhound station. It was discovered shortly before 5 a.m. Monday.
Dispatchers asked police to block Forsyth Street, as well as Peachtree and Brotherton streets near the scene. All roads have since reopened.
A bomb squad removed the device from the bus. According to reports, it was a fake grenade.
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