Suspicious device found on Glasgow suspect

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July 1, 2007 00:51

 
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A suspect device was found on one of the men who were in the car that slammed into a Glasgow Airport terminal, forcing the evacuation of the hospital in which he was being treated, said Scottish Police Chief Constable Willie Rae. The other man was under arrest. Police would not comment on the device or say whether it could have been a planned suicide attack. "I can confirm that we believe the incident at Glasgow airport is linked to the events in London yesterday," Rae said. "There are clearly similarities and we can confirm that this is being treated as a terrorist incident."

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