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October 9, 2010

Security Scare on JetBlue Flight in New York

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A passenger on board Saturday evening’s jetBlue Flight 21 from New York-Kennedy (JFK) to Tampa International (TPA) was removed from the plane for undisclosed security reasons, officials said.

Remaining passengers were reportedly rescreened. The flight, scheduled for a 6:59pm departure, left nearly three hours late at 9:55pm, according to Flightaware.

The NYPD told WABC that the incident was not related to terrorism.

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