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The device looks like a pipe bomb was found near the Philadelphia airport, the exit to the left of the room

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A device that turned out to be a pipe bomb was discovered in a checked bag at the Philadelphia International Airport on Wednesday, which resulted in the closure of the checked-in baggage, there is space for a little less than an hour.

The checked bag triggered an alarm, causing a Transportation Security Administration officer, to open the luggage and find the device, I had the ingredients for a pipe bomb.

The officers were able to track down the passenger, which is out of the bomb-like device is actually a prototype of a laser to a robot.
(TSA)

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PLUS the evacuation of the checked-in luggage to the room and called the police. A bomb squad arrived at the scene, a press release is to be shared.

The officers were able to track down the passenger, which is out of the bomb-like device is actually a prototype of a laser to a robot.

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The bomb squad cleared the device as safe. The baggage room was closed for approximately 42 minutes during the test.

“The TSA agents, who discovered that the machine did exactly what they needed to do so in the notice of the regulators, as well as cleaning up the area until the bomb squad could clear the item,” said Mr Spero, TSA’s Acting Federal Security Director for the Philadelphia International Airport. “Fortunately, it turned out to be innocent, but we don’t have a chance, if there is such a thing has been spotted.”

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The passenger was able to board his flight, after his luggage was cleared.

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