Due to travel disruptions caused by the discovery of a suspicious package in Connolly Station, Trinity College have announced that students sitting exams today at 2pm will be allowed entry to the exam hall up to 2:30pm to accommodate for the delays.
The army have been called in to deal with the suspected package, with the station itself and many areas around it evacuated.
To aid students affected by the closure of Connolly station, those sitting exams at 14:00 will be allowed to enter the exam hall up until 14:30. They will also be given the amount of time lost at the beginning of the test at the end. The team will evaluate the situation at 14:30.
— TCD AcademicRegistry (@TCDAcadRegistry) April 30, 2018
Update: Iarnród Éireann have announced that the security alert has been dealt with and that the station is set to reopen.
Security alert lifted, Connolly Station reopening after Army attended to suspect item, historic in nature. Full services resuming, delays remaining but will ease pic.twitter.com/Ht8dzVagpM
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) April 30, 2018