TSA at Spokane Airport experiences issue with carry-on screening equipment

Galtero Lara
Marcha 1, 2018

DIA tweeted almost two hours later that Denver police cleared a suspicious item, and operations were returning to normal.

Transportation Security Agency screening lanes on the south side of Denver International Airport closed Tuesday afternoon after police cleared a suspicious item.

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The airport didn't elaborate on Twitter what the concern is, but directed passengers headed to the airport to use the north or bridge checkpoints while law enforcement investigated.

DIA is asking passengers arriving at the RTD train platform to use the elevators inside the Westin hotel. The Denver Police Department did not immediately respond to a call. The DPD Bomb Squad cleared the bag with negative findings at about 5:40 pm. The south TSA terminal was not reopened Tuesday night because there was scheduled maintenance taking place.

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