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By Michael P. Orsi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Michelle Krupa
Coast Guard officials reported hearing banging noises coming from a container Wednesday during a routine inspection of a cargo ship from the Middle East, leading them to believe stowaways might be inside.
The officers were knocking on containers during a sound check, "and they knocked on this one and they heard a knocking back," spokeswoman Michelle Krupa told the Star-Ledger of Newark.