Train station evacuated due to suspected attack in the Netherlands

The train station was evacuated due to suspicion of an attack in the Netherlands: After the terrorist attacks in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, first at the airport and then at the metro station, Europe went into alarm. The train station was evacuated due to suspicion of an attack in the Netherlands.
Hoofddorp train station near the Netherlands' Schiphol Airport was evacuated due to suspicion of an attack.
The police took extensive security measures around the station, a call from Brussels, Brussels, announced the call was made. Buses are not allowed to enter the empty bus.
In the meanwhile, it was stated that some platforms in Amsterdam central and Schiphol Airport train stations were closed due to suspicious packages.
Making a statement after the extraordinary security meeting held on the attacks in Brussels, Prime Minister Mart Rutte called on the Dutch not to go to Belgium unless it is urgent.
The country's border regions Roosendaal, Breda and Arnhem pointing that additional security measures are taken in the cities, "Brussels was shot in the heart, was shot in the heart of Belgium, Europe was shot in the heart," he said.

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