N.Y. airport gets 3 bomb-sniffing dogs

09/25/2009 | WHAM-TV (Rochester, N.Y.)

The newest members of the security force at Greater Rochester International Airport in New York really have a nose for bomb detection. They're the three bomb-sniffing dogs that began roaming the main terminal Thursday. A three-year, $450,000 Transportation Security Administration grant is paying for the highly trained dogs.

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