JFK Airport Terminal Reopens After Bomb Scare

JFK Airport Terminal Reopens After Bomb Scare


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Terminal One at John F. Kennedy2_bing.gif Airport was back open Monday, following a bomb scare.

Transportation Security Administration2_bing.gif personnel evacuated the terminal for about two hours Sunday evening after an anonymous caller phoned in a bomb threat.

Turns out, it was a false alarm.

A Port Authority2_bing.gif spokesman said shortly after the call, an officer found an unattended bag. That bag was checked and cleared.

No bomb was found at the airport.

Investigators later said the two incidents were unrelated.

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