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No Bomb at LAX This Morning

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Just after 6:00 this morning parts of Terminal 2 at LAX were evacuated following reports of bomb in the building.

According to reports, a man told authorities he saw "writing in a restroom that said a bomb was in the women's restroom" (cbs2.com).

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Within an hour the police had conducted a full search of the area and determined there were no explosives and re-opened the terminal to passengers and employees.

LAX keeps making headlines these days: Toy grenades cause panic, airlines cancel multiple flights, and runway incidents have had us talking a lot about our airport.