LAKEWOOD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Police in South Jersey responded to a potential hazmat situation on Tuesday night.

Around 9:20 p.m. on July 7, officers responded to 605 East Countyline Road in response to a man with an unknown medical problem.

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Upon arrival, officers located a 66-year-old Neptune man outside his vehicle. That man was reportedly experiencing symptoms such as a high fever and vomiting and had recently returned from Africa.

The man was taken to Monmouth Medical Southern Campus, where he was quarantined pending testing.

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Crews assigned to decontaminate the victim’s vehicle reportedly spotted several household items commonly associated with making explosives. As a result, the NJSP Bomb Squad responded and assessed the vehicle, deeming it safe.

After an investigation revealed the man had not visited any of the countries reporting cases of Ebola, the man tested positive for malaria.

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Hospital officials allegedly told police the victim is no longer in isolation and is doing well.