NEWARK, NJ (CBS) — A terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport has been given the all clear Saturday afternoon, according to Port Authority police.

Terminal A had been evacuated for about 45 minutes following the discovery of a pressure cooker.

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Essex County’s bomb squad had responded the to call and the device was cleared.

Newark Airport tells passenger to expect residual delays.

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This is the second incident this week as Newark Liberty International Airport was temporarily closed following a United Airlines flight preparing to take off was grounded due to a fire in one of its engines Tuesday evening.

Over 120 passengers some crew members were on board the United flight when a fire broke out in an engine on the right side of the aircraft.

That incident forced a two hour shut down, and 5 people were reported with minor injuries, according to the Port Authority.

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The FAA is says it plans to investigate exactly how the fire started.