BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A suspicious substance was reportedly found on a train at Penn Station. Officials say that it came out of a microphone after a conductor banged it against a wall.

Mike Hellgren has more.

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Business is normal at the train station, although Hazmat crews investigated. They found it was not hazardous.

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No one was sick at any time and trains were not affected.

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