Trains disrupted after police respond to suspicious device in Elizabeth


Trains are disrupted after police responded to a suspicious device at a train station in Elizabeth.

After a man found a suspicious device he thought was a bomb, he alerted Elizabeth police who responded, and thought it could be a bomb.

The device is currently secured, and is being investigated.

Police called in the Union County bomb squad who sent in a drone to examine even further; the drone indicated it could be a live bomb.

FBI is currently on-site, and a decision will be made on how to remove it.

North East Corridor line train service is suspended between EWR and Elizabeth stations, due to police activity near Elizabeth.

NJ Transit providing shuttle buses.
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