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Suspicious Bag Forces Terminal to Close



    A bomb-sniffing dog picked up an odor from the abandoned bag.

    Terminal One at Lindbergh Field is back open after a bomb-sniffing dog alerts officials to a suspicious bag on Friday morning.

    The bag was left by a disabled cart inside the terminal at the Alaska Airlines booth, police said. Both United and Alaskan Airlines had to close their ticket counters for a short period of time.

    Airport Terminal Reopens After Scare

    [DGO] Airport Terminal Reopens After Scare
    Terminal one was closed Friday morning after a suspicious bag was found near a ticket counter.
    (Published Friday, Sept. 23, 2011)

    Bomb squad detectives say the bag was full of clothes, no explosives were found inside.

    Police had to divert traffic from the terminal for a short-time and customers inside the terminal were kept by baggage claim, while the bomb-squad did their investigation.

    If you are flying out of Lindbergh Field on Friday, the airport suggests calling your airline first to check for delays.