(Reuters) – A bundle bomb exploded at Boston’s Northeastern College on Tuesday, inflicting non-life-threatening accidents to 1 particular person, police mentioned.
The injured particular person was a member of college workers who was opening the bundle when its contents detonated, WCVB tv reported, citing an unnamed spokesperson for the college.
Police had been referred to as shortly after 7 p.m. ET (0100 GMT), Officer Andre Watson of the Boston Police Division mentioned.
“Officers situated the only sufferer affected by non-life-threatening accidents, they usually had been transported to an area hospital for additional therapy,” Watson mentioned.
The police bomb squad, the Boston Fireplace Division and Boston Emergency Medical Service had been amongst these investigating the incident, Watson mentioned.
Night courses had been canceled in six buildings, campus police mentioned on Twitter (NYSE:).