Miami International Airport Checkpoint Re-Opened After Investigation Into Unattended Bag: Official

A dog detected something in an unattended bag, an airport spokeswoman said

Thursday, Mar 14, 2013  |  Updated 3:16 PM EDT
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A checkpoint within Miami International Airport has re-opened following its closure after an investigation into an unattended bag, a MIA spokeswoman said.

Checkpoint H at the airport had been closed after a dog detected something in the bag, but authorities found nothing amiss, Maria Elena Levrant of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department said.

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