PwC Building In New Zealand Evacuated After Bomb Threat

PwCers who work in the firm’s building in Wellington, New Zealand had a bit of a scare earlier this morning after they were evacuated following a bomb threat.

According to the news website Stuff, police learned about the threat at 9 a.m. and began evacuating PwC employees and blocked the surrounding area. Specialist teams found nothing suspicious after a search of the building and employees were allowed back in.

An investigation into the bomb threat is underway.

Photo courtesy of Willis Bond.

Cordon lifted after Wellington building PWC evacuated following threat [Stuff]

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