: Airport in Warsaw evacuated after a bomb threat
Politics11:33 Mar. 28, 2016

Airport in Warsaw evacuated after a bomb threat

Three aircrafts redirected from Modlin Airport to Chopin Airport as a precaution

A dramatic evacuation is caught on tape. An airport full of passengers was evacuated in Warsaw on Sunday.

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Several witnesses posted amature video of the evacuation on YouTube. According to local authorities the Modlin airport had to be cleared due to a bomb threat.

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However, police and bomb squads did not find any explosive devices on site. Three aircrafts were re-directed to Warsaw's Chopin airport as a precaution.

Officials say they have detained a suspect who admitted to making a threatening phone-call. Warsaw Modlin Airport has reopened since the incident.

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