TYNECASTLE has been EVACUATED forward of the Hearts recreation towards Hamilton.
The Edinburgh stadium was cleared due to a hearth alarm, in accordance with Jambos bosses.
Hearts tweeted that security measures had been carried out on the Gorgie stadium.
A spokesperson mentioned: “Attributable to a hearth alarm, security measures have been carried out and the stadium has been evacuated.
“We are going to preserve you up to date.”
In the meantime Hamilton additionally Tweeted full evacuation of the stadium had been alerted.
The membership mentioned on social media: “Presently a full evacuation of Tynecastle as varied alarms ringing, gamers and media all outdoors the bottom.”
Followers have been noticed gathering outdoors the brand new Most important Stand.
And amongst them was Jambos proprietor Ann Budge.
Frightened locals and supporters took to social media after the alarm was raised simply after 2pm.
Talking on BBC Sportsound, Jonathan Sutherland mentioned: “It’s barely surreal right here.
“It’s probably the most horrendous sounding alarm I’ve heard in my life.
“No person knew what was occurring.”
He confused there was “no sense of panic”.
The 2 sides are resulting from meet within the Premiership conflict this afternoon, with a 3pm kick-off.
However Accies confirmed that it had been pushed again to three.15pm.
Membership bosses mentioned that gamers and officers had been hurried to a safe space behind the stadium.
Hearts posted that the difficulty was resolved round 2.19pm.
They confirmed that the kick-off had been delayed on account of the incident.
And membership officers apologised for the inconvenience.
They posted a reside video of Jambos gamers warming up on the Tynecastle pitch after the alarm was resolved.
We instructed you earlier how Craig Levein lashed out at Michael Stewart’s assaults on Hearts.
He mentioned the previous Jambo was EMBARRASSING himself.
And he claimed Stewart was his worst worth signing — regardless that he was solely paying him £1 every week.
Levein additionally revealed he had complained to the BBC concerning the SunSport pundit’s “private vendetta”.