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Israel: Bomb alarm at air terminal after US family pack unexploded shell to bring back home as ‘trinket’

Video circled via virtual entertainment showing overreacted travelers running in the takeoff corridor. One man was taken to medical clinic for therapy for wounds supported as he attempted to escape the region over a baggage claim.

Video circled via virtual entertainment showing overreacted travelers running in the takeoff corridor.

The Jewish Press revealed that during the vacation’s one of the youngsters had tracked down the unexploded shell while visiting the Golan Heights and had stuffed it to bring back home as a gift.

Whenever they showed it to safety faculty as they handled in their gear, authorities quickly required a departure of the area, the paper detailed.

The bomb crew were called to the scene and the alarm at last canceled, it added.

One man was taken to emergency clinic for treatment for wounds supported as he attempted to escape the region over a baggage claim, the Israel Airports Authority said.

It said the family was permitted to get onto their trip in the wake of being addressed by safety crew.

Israel, which brags significant levels avionics security, conflicted with Syria over the Golan during the conflicts of 1967 and 1973.

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Israel: bomb alarm at air terminal after us family pack unexploded shell to bring back home as 'trinket'
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