Plane searched at New York's LaGuardia airport after bomb threat

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November 8, 2007 21:06

An empty plane was isolated Thursday at New York City's LaGuardia Airport following a report of a bomb threat, authorities said. The Port Authority, which runs the airport, said American Airlines Flight 382 from Chicago landed safely and 117 passengers and five crew members were taken off the plane before the search began. Bomb-sniffing dogs were sweeping luggage and the plane. No injuries have been reported. Additional details were not immediately available.


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