California airport shut down in bomb scare

12/24/2009 | Santa Maria Times (Calif.)

California's Santa Maria Public Airport was shut down for about four hours on Wednesday after a TSA agent spotted a suspicious object while screening baggage. The terminal and surrounding areas were evacuated and arriving passengers held on the tarmac while the bomb squad examined the package, which turned out to be a child's electronic toy.

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