Hudson Valley, N.Y., airport closes after fake grenade is found

04/16/2014 | San Diego Union-Tribune

A souvenir fake grenade discovered in a passenger's luggage shut down Stewart Airport in New York for 90 minutes on Wednesday. The terminal was evacuated while police removed the item from the luggage. No charges were filed against the passenger, whom police say had no malicious intent.

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