DETROIT (WWJ) – The all clear has been given after a suspected pipe bomb was found near a set of train tracks on Detroit’s southwest side.

The discovery was made early Wednesday morning at the Norfolk Southern rail yard near Schaefer Road and Fort Street, just west of I-75 and south of the Rouge River Bridge.

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Streets surrounding the area were blocked off and citizens were warned to stay back as a bomb squad and HAZMAT team investigated the situation.

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Reporting live from the scene, WWJ’s Ron Dewey said officials determined the suspicious item was actually just some sort of metal tube, perhaps a commonly used grease gun, which posed no danger to the public.

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No injuries were reported.