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FBI: No Explosives Found on Plane at Reagan

Sunday, 19 Jun 2011 05:35 PM

 

WASHINGTON (AP) — An FBI spokesman says no explosives were found aboard a plane that landed in Washington after someone made a bomb threat at an airport ticket counter in Ohio.

Andrew Ames says the plane was given the all clear and no hazards were found. The plane landed at Reagan National Airport on Sunday afternoon. When it landed, authorities swept the plane for explosives and interviewed the 44 passengers aboard.

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