NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Several traffic advisories are in place as police continue their investigation after an explosion in or near a dumpster by a busy intersection in Chelsea set off a chain of confusion and fear across New York City on Saturday night.

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West 23rd Street remains closed between Fifth and Seventh Avenues.

Sixth Avenue remains closed between West 14th Street and West 25th Street.

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The E and F train lines are bypassing the 23rd Street and 28th Street stations in both directions. Service for the 1 train has resumed making normal stops at 23rd and 28th Streets.

The MTA M5, M7 northbound, M23, and X10, X17, X27, X28, and X1 Manhattan-bound buses are detoured around the area.

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Port Authority will resume PATH service on its 33rd Street Line beginning at 5 a.m. on Monday. The trains will bypass the 23rd Street Station due to the ongoing police investigation, but will continue to make normal stops at the Christopher, 9th, 14th and 33rd Street Stations.