More security worries in Nigeria after man crashes car into airplane

04/1/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A man in eastern Nigeria drove through two security gates before crashing his car into a commercial airliner on Wednesday, raising fresh concerns about aviation security in the country where the alleged Christmas Day underwear bomber apparently began his mission. The Boeing 737 was empty when the unnamed man rammed his Audi into the plane's underbelly. Police said there were no injuries, and no explosives were found in the car.

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