PLANO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A suspicious item shut down all westbound lanes of the President George Bush Turnpike in Plano near Custer Road Wednesday morning.

That item turned out to be an antenna.

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The report of the closure came around 10 a.m. where police were not allowing any traffic to go under the overpass at Coit Road.

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The lanes that were closed during the incident were eventually reopened. All lanes of Coit Road at the Bush Turnpike have since been reopened, as well.

A bomb squad was on the scene investigating the item and cleared the scene.

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They later advised people to “throw trash in the proper receptacle” after they realized it was an antenna.