Unidentified worker delays flight by six hours

10/8/2010 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

An unidentified worker who refused to identify himself delayed a US Airways flight to Bermuda for more than six hours. The crew assigned to the flight, which was departing from Philadelphia, noticed the fourth man, who drove away on a motorized baggage cart after he was asked about his identity. A team of local police, FBI agents and bomb-sniffing dogs found no explosives on the plane.

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