Landmines Checked as Luggage Cause Havoc at Airport

Salt Lake City, Utah A passenger aboard a commercial flight caused the delay of numerous flights after four landmines were found in his luggage at Salt Lake City International Airport. Transportation Security Agency (TSA) Officials say the landmines bought as souvenirs by a member of the military who had been doing training at a military base in Utah were inert. Although flights were delayed over 20 minutes during the initial response, the TSA does not plan to press charges against the passenger carrying the landmines and he was allowed to continue flying after it was confirmed that the landmines were indeed inert.

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