TSA closes part of Seattle airport after three travelers skirt security

09/22/2010 | Google

Three passengers slipped through an unmanned security checkpoint in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Monday, forcing the TSA to close part of the airport. The TSA kept planes at their gates until the three travelers were located. None of the travelers, who passed through the checkpoint during a shift rotation, were found to present a security threat.

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