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Suspect In Custody After Pipe Bomb Explodes In NYC's Port Authority

Dec. 11 2017, Updated 12:50 p.m. ET

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A pipe bomb exploded in Port Authority Bus Terminal this Monday morning, RadarOnline.com has learned. One person is already in custody. According to Breaking 911, the entire area around 42nd street has been evacuated and at least two people are being treated for injuries.

A bomb squad is searching the scene, as are local police and NYC firefighters.

Around 7:40 am, the bomb was detonated in passageway below ground. The A, C and E subway lines were evacuated, and the entire are is now being searched.

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The NYC Office of Emergency Management said commuters should expect delays.

It is not yet known what caused the explosive attack.

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