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Camera battery explosion at Florida airport holds up flights

Seattle Times Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a camera battery overheated and exploded at the Orlando International Airport, prompting flights to be held. Orlando police announced on Twitter that no shots were fired and no one was injured Friday evening after travelers heard a loud sound and fled the airport. Passengers have been allowed to re-enter, […]
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News video: After battery incident, Orlando International Airport reevaluates communication

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Following the camera battery explosion incident, the OIA reevalutes methods of communication.

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