An explosion in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood has injured at least 29 people but the victims are expected to survive.
According to Police the blast was in a dumpster or recepticle of some kind.
New York mayor Bill DeBlasio said the explosion was an intentional act, and added there's "no evidence at this point of a terror connection."
A second device was found in the neighborhood, according to officials.
They said it appears to be a pressure cooker with a cellphone attached, but would not yet confirm its contents.
The Chelsea blast came just hours after another explosion in New Jersey, which authorities believe was meant to disrupt a charity race.
No injuries were reported in that blast, and there is no specific connection to the Chelsea incident.