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投稿者 ドメル将軍 日時 2003 年 3 月 24 日 00:11:16:cje0BUN7ztE2U

(回答先: NY空港の一部を一時閉鎖 ガスマスクと白い粉発見で[cnn.co.jp] (一次検査と二次検査の間には...) 投稿者 ひろ 日時 2003 年 3 月 23 日 20:49:32)

午後1時頃、ガラス瓶に入った白い粉とガスマスクは手荷物検査で発見された。
バッグには汚染除去処理が施され、アメリカン航空のチケットカウンターと近くのフードコートが閉鎖された。
空港の手荷物検査係6名が「予防措置」として「汚染除去処置」を受けた。
白い粉が発見された後、検査係の1人の手に赤い発疹が現れたが、粉との関係は不明。これは検査係が着用していた手袋に起因するかもしれない。
ニューヨーク消防署の広報によると、10人の人たちが体調不良を訴え治療(予防的な汚染除去措置)を受けた。
(11人の市民と救急隊員1名が痒みを訴えたとの報道もあり)
空港を管理するニューヨーク・ニュージャジーの港湾当局は負傷者に関する報告を確認していない。
この女性は司法当局者の到着を待たず、バッグも持たずにダラス行きの便に搭乗、しかし、ダラスのFBIは緊急呼び出しを受けていない。
ダラスに到着後、そのイスラエル国籍の女性はFBIの尋問を受けたが釈放された。
FBIの広報官によると、白い粉はガスマスク装着時に使用するタルカムパウダーの一種。

★以下の記事↓を収集したサイトでは、この女性への処遇と、粉石鹸を持っていただけで3週間刑務所に収容された人への処遇を比較しろと言っています。

LaGuardia Airport evacuated
3/22/2003 6:22 AM By: Capital News 9 web staff
The central terminal of LaGuardia Airport was evacuated.
It happened Friday when a gas mask and white powder were found in an Israeli woman's bag.
She was travelling from Israel to Texas.
The first test came up positive for anthrax, but a second test proved negative.
The Port Authority for New York and New Jersey eventually cleared the bag.
The American Airlines ticket counter and one of the airport food courts were closed during the investigation.
An airline spokesman said the incident had no "operational impact on American Airlines."

http://www.capitalnews9.com/content/top_stories/Default.asp?ArID=19298&


LaGuardia Powder Incident
NEW YORK (AP) - Six LaGuardia airport baggage screeners were decontaminated and part of a terminal was evacuated after a vial of white powder was discovered in a piece of luggage checked by a woman heading to Dallas, authorities said.
Hazmat teams determined the substance in the vial was not harmful, but the screeners were decontaminated as a precaution, according to Heather Rosenker, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration.
The vial was found during a hand search of the luggage, prompting Port Authority police to rope off part of the terminal near the ticketing counter, as well as a nearby food court.
The woman who checked the bag had boarded the American Airlines flight to Dallas before law enforcement officials could reach her for questioning, Rosenker said.
The plane landed at about 1:45 p.m.
CST.
The FBI in Dallas did not immediately return a call.

http://www.wstm.com/Global/story.asp?S=1192253


Powdery Substance at NY's LaGuardia Not Hazardous
Fri Mar 21, 5:02 PM ET

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A suspicious powdery substance was discovered at LaGuardia Airport on Friday, causing a brief evacuation of the main terminal, authorities said.
The substance was not identified, but it was deemed not hazardous, Transportation Security Administration spokeswoman Heather Rosenker said.
The substance was discovered about 1 p.m. during the search of a woman's handbag at an American Airlines section of the terminal, said a police spokesman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the city's airports.
The TSA spokeswoman said no one was injured but several baggage screeners were decontaminated as a precaution.
Ten people who complained of feeling sick were treated at the scene "as a precautionary measure," said Frank McCartney, a spokesman for the Office of Emergency Management.
Normal operations at the terminal resumed about an hour later, the Port Authority said.

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/laguardiapowderharmless.htm

Powdery substance found at New York's LaGuardia
March 21, 2003, 22:00
Authorities discovered a suspicious powdery substance at LaGuardia Airport today, partially evacuating the main terminal and treating 10 people who said they felt ill.
The substance was discovered about 1pm (1800 GMT) during the search of a handbag at an American Airlines section of the terminal, said a police spokesperson for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the city's airports.
Results of an on-site test were inconclusive, and a hazardous materials team was called to the scene to investigate, police said.
Ten people complained of feeling sick and were being treated at the scene "as a precautionary measure," said Frank McCartney, a spokesperson for the Office of Emergency Management.
Their symptoms were considered minor, he said.
The terminal was partially evacuated, officials said.
- Reuters

http://www.sabcnews.com/world/north_america/0,1009,55516,00.html

Powdery substance found at New York's LaGuardia
REUTERS
10:58 a.m., March 21, 2003
NEW YORK --
Authorities discovered a suspicious package containing an unknown powdery substance Friday at LaGuardia Airport and partially evacuated the main terminal, police said.
A New York Fire Department spokesman said 10 people were apparently sickened by the unknown substance and were being treated at the scene.
But officials with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the city's airports, would not confirm reports of any injuries.
A Port Authority police spokesman said the substance was discovered about 1 p.m. during the search of a handbag at an American Airlines section of the terminal.
Results of an on-site test were inconclusive, and a hazardous materials team was called to the scene to investigate, police said.
The terminal was partially evacuated, officials said.

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/nation/20030321-1058-attack-laguardia.html

Suspicious Substance Probed At LaGuardia
By Joshua Robin Staff Writer
March 21, 2003, 2:42 PM EST
Part of a ticketing area at LaGuardia Airport was
evacuated Friday after a piece of checked luggage containing a gas mask and a cylinder filled with a white powder tripped an alarm on an X-ray machine in a nearby baggage screening room, said Tom Wilkins, deputy federal security director of the Transportation Security Administration.
Wilkins said that at about 12:15 p.m. screeners near the D ticketing area were X-raying the luggage belonging to a passenger on American Airlines Flight 721 when an alarm tripped, signifying the luggage should be checked by hand.
Wilkins would not say what tripped the alarm, but he said a screener found a plastic bag containing a gas mask and a nine-inch cylinder filled with a white powder inside the luggage.
A screener alerted authorities, who immediately quarantined the area, the Wilkins said.
Initial tests for anthrax were negative, but the tube was taken away for further examination and testing by Port Authority officers.
Six Tranportation Security employees were immediately decontaminated at the scene, but Wilkins said, "There's no evidence of any infection."
The baggage screening area, a narrow room with a mock wall, was also decontaminated by Port Authority officers.
Wilkins said one screener reported a red rash on one of her hands after the incident, which he said may or may not be related to the powder.
The screener was treated with alcohol and not taken to the hospital, Wilkins said.
He said the rash could have been caused by the latex gloves the screener was wearing.
"All my screeners are alert and they do an excellent job," Wilkins said.
The terminal was not closed, but about half of the ticketing area around the baggage screening room was roped off.
There were no flight delays.
The owner of the bag had already departed on a flight bound for Dallas-Fort Worth.
Wilkins said the passenger would be met in Texas by officials, including members of the FBI.
Asked why the passenger took off without the bag, Wilkins said it's not that unusual.
The incident brought dozens of fire, police and emergency personnel and triggered a storm or rumors in the airport, including one that a handler had a convulsion and another than three baggage handlers were injured.
Those are just rumors, Wilkins said.
Steve Traveras, a baggage checker, said he saw a rush of emergency vehicles when the incident happened.
"I didn't run, but I went away as fast as I could.
" An hour later he was back on his shift.
Mickey Bennett, 45, a marketing/research professional from Port Washington, said, "If it were that big of a deal, this place would have been evacuated."
Chuck Bicco, 68, of Denver, arrived on a United Flight and saw the fire trucks.
"With the heightened security I just thought it was par for the course but obviously it isn't."
Asked if he was scared to be in New York, he said, "No, I don't sweat terrorists or anything like that . If it happens it's going to happen."

http://www.nynewsday.com/news/local/queens/nyc-laguardia,0,3416150.story?coll=nyc-manheadlines-queens

Suspicious Vial Found In Luggage At LaGuardia
POSTED: 1:31 p.m.
EST March 21, 2003
UPDATED: 11:15 a.m.
NEW YORK -- Six LaGuardia airport baggage screeners were decontaminated and part of a terminal was evacuated after a vial of white powder was discovered in a piece of luggage checked by a woman heading to Dallas, authorities said.
Hazmat teams determined the substance in the vial was not harmful, but the screeners were decontaminated as a precaution, according to Heather Rosenker, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration.
The vial was found during a hand search of the luggage, prompting Port Authority police to rope off part of the terminal near the ticketing counter, as well as a nearby food court.
The woman who checked the bag had boarded the American Airlines flight to Dallas before law enforcement officials could reach her for questioning, Rosenker said.
The plane landed at about 1:45 p.m.
CST.
The FBI in Dallas did not immediately return a call.

http://www.wnbc.com/iraq/2056085/detail.html

Vial from luggage OK but screeners decontaminated

By Associated Press, 3/21/2003 15:27
NEW YORK (AP) Six LaGuardia airport baggage screeners were decontaminated and part of a terminal was evacuated after a vial of white powder was discovered in a piece of luggage checked by a woman heading to Dallas, authorities said.
Hazmat teams determined the substance in the vial was not harmful, but the screeners were decontaminated as a precaution, according to Heather Rosenker, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration.
The vial was found during a hand search of the luggage, prompting Port Authority police to rope off part of the terminal near the ticketing counter, as well as a nearby food court.
The woman who checked the bag had boarded the American Airlines flight to Dallas before law enforcement officials could reach her for questioning, Rosenker said.
The plane landed at about 1:45 p.m.
CST.
The FBI in Dallas did not immediately return a call.

http://www.boston.com/dailynews/080/region/Vial_from_luggage_OK_but_scree:.shtml


Authorities Close a Ticketing Area At LaGuardia Due To Suspicious Substance
(New York-WABC, March 21, 2003) --
The area near a ticketing counter and food court at LaGuardia Airport was evacuated today as authorities investigated a suspicious package.
Eyewitness News is told that a piece of checked luggage never got on a plane.
Screeners got to it, and while looking at the bag found a vial of white powder.
Working on the side of caution, they called law enforcement and hazardous material experts to the scene.
Hazzmat is still trying to identify the substance but reports it is not harmful.
Airport officials say the terminal was not closed, but one ticketing area was roped off just after 1:00pm.
It happened in Concourse D, near the American Airlines section of the main terminal.
Eleven civilians and one emergency worker were evaluated on the scene for reported "itchy symptoms."
A government official says their injuries are "minor to non-existent."
The ticketing area that was closed off is now reopened.

http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/news/WABC_032103_laguardiasubstance.html


Texan Questioned in NYC Airport Incident AP News
Vial from luggage OK but screeners decontaminated
(New York-AP) -- A female passenger was questioned and then
released without charges today in Texas after an airport incident
in New York.
Six LaGuardia airport baggage screeners were decontaminated and
part of a terminal was evacuated over a vial of white powder.
The powder was discovered in a piece of luggage checked by a
woman heading from New York to Dallas-Fort Worth International
Airport.
The Transportation Security Administration says hazmat teams
determined the substance in the vial wasn't harmful.
The screeners were decontaminated as a precaution.
The woman was questioned by the F-B-I upon arrival at D-F-W,
then released.

http://www.kacbtv.com/story.asp?sid=1482

Powdery substance found at New York's LaGuardia
Last Updated:
2003-03-21 16:00:27 -0400 (Reuters Health)
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Authorities discovered a suspicious powdery substance at LaGuardia Airport on Friday, partially evacuating the main terminal and treating 10 people who said they felt ill.
The substance was discovered about 1 p.m. during the search of a handbag at an American Airlines section of the terminal, said a police spokesman for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the city's airports.
Results of an on-site test were inconclusive, and a hazardous materials team was called to the scene to investigate, police said.
Ten people complained of feeling sick and were being treated at the scene "as a precautionary measure," said Frank McCartney, a spokesman for the Office of Emergency Management.
Their symptoms were considered minor, he said.
The terminal was partially evacuated, officials said.
http://www.laurushealth.com/HealthNews/reuters/NewsStory0321200331.htm

NY airport screeners decontaminated
03/21/2003
By TERRI LANGFORD / The Dallas Morning News
Six federal screeners at New York’s LaGuardia Airport had to be decontaminated after coming into contact with a vial inside a suitcase of a Dallas-bound American Airlines’ passenger.
Although the vial was found to be carrying a non life-threatening powder, both a baggage room and the screeners were decontaminated as a security precaution, said Heather Rosenker, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration.
The passenger was headed to Dallas after traveling in the Middle East where she been carrying a gas mask.
The powdered substance in her bag was a type of talc use to help seal a gas mask against the face, according to Lori Bailey, FBI spokeswoman in Dallas.
The incident began at about 11:30 a.m., Dallas time.
Shortly after a female passenger checked her suitcase at the American Airlines ticket counter at LaGuardia, TSA screeners searched the bag.
During the search, a vial containing a powdered substance was found.
Local hazardous material officials were called, and they tested the substance.
Although they could not determine what the powder was, they determined it was not hazardous and the bag was allowed aboard Dallas- bound American Flight 721.
Once the passenger arrived at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, she was questioned and the local FBI office verified that she checked out.

http://www.txcn.com/sharedcontent/dallas/nation/stories/032103dnnatscreenersdecontaminated.812bbb6b.html

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