8/4/2009

All outgoing flights were briefly grounded at Detroit's Metropolitan Airport Monday morning following an unspecified security scare. "There was a possible suspicious situation at one of the checkpoints, and the airport stopped screening passengers," according to an airport spokesman. "The security tapes were quickly reviewed, and one person was re-screened, and the situation was resolved" in about 20 minutes, he added.

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