Officials find five inert grenades in checked bag

12/6/2011 | WCBS-TV (New York) · Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Explosives experts at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport on Saturday found five grenades in a checked bag that belonged to a passenger bound for Belgium. The grenades were inert, and the incident did not disrupt operations. The passenger was allowed to continue on her trip after the Transportation Security Administration determined the grenades never posed a threat. The TSA confiscated the grenades.

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