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Suspicious object prompts prejudiced depletion during Newark airport

NEWARK — A Newark Liberty International Airport depot was reopened after a questionable package stirred a partial depletion of a area Saturday afternoon, officials said. 

The object was found during Terminal A on turn 3, according to Port Authority military orator Joe Pentangelo. Authorities initially privileged a area around 4:30 p.m., though after pronounced a package was found not to be a hazard and reopened a terminal. 

“Package has been privileged by authorities during Terminal A during Newark Liberty Airport. Passengers should design some residual delays,” a Port Authority pronounced on Twitter.

The Port Authority military kinship pronounced the object was a vigour cooker, though it did not poise a threat. Witnesses posted photos on amicable media display a object nearby a rabble bin in front of a terminal. 

Officials did not have additional sum Saturday.

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