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December 20, 2010

Newark Airport Terminal A Evacuated Due to Suspicious Package but Declared Safe

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A suspicious package emitting radiation has forced the evacuation of Newark Liberty International Airport‘s Terminal A Monday morning, but was later determined safe by bomb squad technicians.

The package was determined to contain a computer monitor, the type of which is said to normally emit a certain amount of radiation.

The package was discovered in a secure area of the American Airlines portion of the terminal.

No word on when the terminal will reopen.


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