Four Dry-Ice Bombs Found At LAX

LAX_Bombs_2013Los Angeles police officials say there appears to be “no nexus” between terrorism and four dry ice bombs recently found at Los Angeles International Airport — two of which exploded.

No one was injured in the explosions that occurred Sunday and Monday night inside secure areas of LAX that are accessible only to employees.

The latest explosion occurred about 8:30 p.m. Monday near the gate area of the Tom Bradley International Terminal, law enforcement authorities said.

Two similar devices were found in the vicinity. All three were bottles with dry ice inside, according to LAX police.

The devices appeared to be outside the terminal near planes, according to television images.

Source: LA Times

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