Mon, Jul 16, 2007
Not Immediately Clear Who Left Bike Or Why
Warsaw Okecie Airport was evacuated and closed Monday when police
officers noticed an abandoned motorcycle in a terminal
According to United Press International, airport officials --
still jumpy over last month's attack at Glasgow Airport, involving
a fuel-laden SUV -- felt the full evacuation was necessary until
the threat status of the motorcycle could be ascertained.
Airport spokesperson, Artur Burak, told reporters all domestic
and international flights had been delayed so authorities could
conduct a security sweep.
Authorities could not immediately determine who had left the
bike unattended in the terminal or why, he said.
A police official said the situation may have been due to simple
No word as of yet if the affected terminal has been reopened or
affected flights rescheduled.
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