Latest on Possible Explosive Devices Found in NJ

ABC News' Linsey Davis shares the latest details on the devices found near a train station in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
1:10 | 09/19/16

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We're good at ABC's Lindsay Davis in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Just fifty miles outside of New York City the FBI on the scene there to that backpack bomb was discovered near. A train station Lindsey. That's right Robin the FBI is currently conducting a search of a fried chicken location here in Elizabeth that's believed to be connected with the Chelsea bombing. Still a big police presence here and though the Elizabeth train station where those two men last night found a backpack containing the five explosives they say they initially thought that the backpack contained something. Valuable but then what they saw wires and a pipe they say they immediately drop the bag in the street and called police. That as police attempted to disarm one of the five devices in the back. Robot cut a line and it exploded. The mayor of Elizabeth says he believes that who ever put the backpack in a trash can was likely trying to discarded because there was cell phone. Or electronic device attached to the devices no trains are once again operating again. Here at the Elizabeth train station but customers are being told to expect. A lot of Billings Robert George Michael could expect that the threat when did very very tense week.

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