Five suspicious devices have been discovered near a train station in New Jersey, with one exploding during an attempt to disarm it.
The devices were found just a day after a bomb attack in New York left 29 people injured.
Reports suggest a fire ballerupted when one of the devices exploded near New Jersey's Elizabeth train station.
It has been reported that the devices were shrapnel-filled pressure cookers, similar to those used in the Boston Marathon attacks in 2013.
The devices were discovered by two men who called police after seeing wires and a pipe coming out of the package in a bin on Sunday evening, according to Elizabeth Mayor Christian Bollwage.
Elizabeth Mayor Christian Bollwage explained the situation to the Associated Press. See the video below.