Wed, Apr 25, 2007
Caller IDs Specific Dallas Flight
The San Antionio International Airport received several calls
Saturday morning threatening a bomb in its Terminal One about 1030
local time, that identified a specific Dallas-bound flight.
SAT spokesman David Hebert declined to identify the airline
involved. Passengers were evacuated from the affected flight and
the aircraft was taken to a "safe zone," Hebert said. Airport
police and a canine unit thoroughly searched the plane and found no
More than 100 passengers on the aircraft were detained,
according to the San Antonio Express-News.
Police are investigating potential connections to two Friday
incidents -- one at the White Rabbit, a live music venue in San
Antonio. About 10 pm, a caller used a pay phone on a street corner
outside the club to say bombs were inside, club owner Richard
Sciaraffa said. About 700 people were evacuated.
Around the same time, police said, a separate caller used the
same pay phone to threaten a Fiesta fundraiser for the San Antonio
AIDS Foundation at the San Antonio Art Museum prompting the
evacuation of about 2,000 people in attendance.
No bombs were located at either place.
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