Suspicious backpack explodes near USA train station
Sep 22 2016 by Johnny Bowman
A suspicious backpack, containing up to five improvised explosive devices, was found at a New Jersey train station today, one of which exploded while a police robot was examining it, a day after a powerful blast injured 29 people in an upscale NY locality.
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Police described the explosion on Saturday in NY and a stabbing attack in Minnesota as acts of terrorism. There were no immediate reports of any injuries or damage.
The New York Daily News reported that weapons were found in the auto and that one person of interest had been identified via surveillance footage.
Authorities were reassessing how to handle the other four devices after the first one exploded.
A police officer at the Elizabeth train station on Monday, Sept. 19, 2016.
Amtrak apologizes for the inconvenience and will resume service as soon as it is safe to do so.
Earlier, the backpack with several pipe bombs, went off when the bomb squad were investigating it, the reports said. "The other devices, I don't know what the Federal Bureau of Investigation and State Police are doing at this moment, but they are trying to remove them in a secure way so they can preserve them for evidence".
Mr Bollwage said late Sunday that all trains from New Jersey Transit and Amtrak going through Elizabeth had been shut down and that a shuttle would arrive to shepherd stranded passengers away.