NEW YORK (AP) — New York’s Penn Station has reopened after a brief evacuation while authorities investigated a suspicious package.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the Manhattan station, one of the nation’s busiest transit hubs, was evacuated Thursday night after the suspicious package was reported about 10 p.m.

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Police gave the all clear about an hour later.

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While the station was closed, Long Island Railroad service was suspended between Penn Station and the Jamaica section of Queens. After it reopened, some residual delays were expected.

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