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Radiation Detected In Passenger’s Luggage From Tokyo In U.S. Airports

A radiation detector commonly used at U.S. airports to detect radiation.

A radiation detector commonly used at U.S. airports to detect radiation.

BREAKING NEWS From the New York Post

Radiation detectors at Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago O’Hare were set off when passengers from inbound flights from Tokyo passed through customs.

Low radiation levels were detected in the passenger’s luggage and in the aircraft’s air filtration system, but no passengers were quarantined.

Details of the incident at O’Hare weren’t immediately clear.

UPDATE

In an update to this story, the source of contamination was from medical equipment in the cargo bay of the airplane that was not in contact with passengers.


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