LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A suspicious item near Los Angeles International Airport prompted some street closures, employee evacuations and a response from police Tuesday evening.
LAX's Twitter feed said shortly before 8:30 p.m. that item was cleared by police and roads would be reopening.
An "anomaly" was observed through an X-ray on a cargo package at Asiana Cargo in the 5700 block of Century Boulevard around 6:15 p.m., prompting a response from LAPD bomb squad units, according to airport police.
AIR7 HD captured a large police presence surrounding a cargo facility across from L.A. City Fire Dept. Station 95, just off of Century Boulevard.
A number of people were seen being evacuated from the building. Groups were seen gathered in a nearby parking lot.
LAPD said there was "no evidence of anything threatening, only non-explosive material."
According to a tweet posted on LAX's Twitter feed, the eastbound lanes of Century Boulevard between Airport and Aviation were closed.
Drivers were asked to use alternative routes as officers continued their investigation.