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Siege of Clem 7: Chaos of traffic as a man who uses a knife causes the tunnel to block



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POLICE is negotiating with a man with a knife that jumped to the roof of the Clem 7 Brisbane tunnel, which caused a traffic chaos for displaced people from the peak hours in southeast Brisbane this morning.

According to reports, the man has two knives: a kitchen knife and a bigger butcher's knife, and is the roof of the tunnel, as the current situation has forced the police on Shafston Avenue in both directions.

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The man has been on the roof about two hours and continues talking to the police negotiators.

According to reports, the police are negotiating with an armed man with a knife at the entrance of the Clem 7 tunnel to Kangaroo Point. Image: Channel 9
half_cameraAccording to reports, the police are negotiating with an armed man with a knife at the entrance of the Clem 7 tunnel to Kangaroo Point. Image: Channel 9

It seems they are in negotiations with the man who was seen on the roof of the entrance of the tunnel with a knife.

About 10 police officers are in the Clem 7. Tunnel entrance and exit. Picture: Sarah Matthews
half_cameraAbout 10 police officers are in the Clem 7. Tunnel entrance and exit. Picture: Sarah Matthews

Local resident Tina Alshaikhli said she saw that the police had blocked the roads when it woke up around 7:30 this morning.

"Then I saw it on the roof. He did not scream or scream anything, simply, "he said.

"I thought it was very weird."

All the rails on the Shafston Avenue are blocked on either side of the tunnel.

It is expected that there are permanent delays and it is recommended that motorists allow an additional travel time or alternative route.

Shafston Avenue has been closed in both directions. Image: Sarah Matthews
half_cameraShafston Avenue has been closed in both directions. Image: Sarah Matthews

Traffic chaos after a police incident blocks the Clem 7 tunnel (9 news)

The police blocked the entry and exit of a large Brisbane tunnel after an incident, causing a traffic chaos and leaving people living in the south of the city facing long delays.

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