Dry Ice Bombs At LA Airport Not Connected To Terrorism

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Los Angeles police say there appears to be no connection between terrorist groups and the two dry ice bombs that exploded at Los Angeles International Airport.

One exploded last night, another on Sunday. Two other devices were found, both of which did not explode.

There were no reports of injuries, but there are now questions about how these devices got inside the airport.

The two devices that did explode did so in areas only accessible to employees. One of these explosions was in a men's room, and an employee found a 20-ounce plastic bottle that had reportedly contained dry ice.


  • Kara Finnstrom, reporter for CBS affiliate KCAL.

This segment aired on October 15, 2013.


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