Traveler boards commercial flight with box cuttters

A traveler who passed through security checkpoints at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport boarded a JetBlue flight with three box cutters in his carry-on. The box cutters fell from the traveler's bag as he loaded it into an overhead bin. He said he used them for his work and that he had forgotten to remove them. Meanwhile, the incident has prompted the Transportation Security Administration to send three screeners to remedial training.

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