By Mark Abrams

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  SEPTA says service on the Market Frankford El is now back to normal after the Philadelphia police bomb squad investigated a suspicious package found on the underground platform at 8th and Market streets late Tuesday afternoon.

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Officials say the package was trash that had foil covering some of it.

PATCO trains which stop at Eighth and Market were briefly held up by the incident.

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SEPTA says there may be residual delays on the Market Frankford line as trains resume.

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