A staff member was hurt when a package detonated on the Northeastern University campus in Boston late Tuesday
At the same time, investigators reported finding another suspicious item close to a well-known art gallery.
Just before 7 o'clock, a parcel was brought to Holmes Hall at the university. It went off when a staff member opened it, according to Shannon Nargi, a Northeastern University spokeswoman
In the email, Nargi stated that the staff member "suffered minor injuries and is being treated."
Authorities said that they discovered a 45-year-old man with minor hand injuries from the explosion during a news conference late on Thursday.
Before 7:30 p.m., Boston police were called, and students attending an evening lesson in the hall were removed from the structure. Additionally, Boston Emergency Services arrived on the site.