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Authorities are investigating a piece of mail with a white powdery substance that was sent to Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) campaign headquarters in Houston, a spokeswoman for Cruz’s campaign said Tuesday.

Campaign staff reported the mail to authorities after opening it on Tuesday. A hazmat team and firefighters from the Houston Fire Department responded to the incident and were still at the scene early Tuesday afternoon.

The article goes on to state the following:

The campaign spokeswoman said Cruz’s team can’t say what the substance was.

The Houston Fire Department later tweeted an all-clear message, saying that all tests were negative for any hazardous substance. The incident happened on the same day that at least two packages were mailed to the Pentagon, which did contain Ricin, a deadly substance, according to initial tests.

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