SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on a suspicious package at San Jose’s international airport (all times local):
A terminal at San Jose’s international airport has reopened after police investigated a suspicious package left in a lounge.
Officials at San Jose International Airport say passengers have been allowed back into Terminal B.
The terminal was evacuated Tuesday after a report of a suspicious package.
The San Jose Police Department and the San Jose Fire Department and a bomb-squad unit investigated.
Airport spokeswoman Vicki Day said several flights were affected but she did not know how many.
Police are investigating a suspicious package at San Jose’s international airport.
San Jose International Airport spokeswoman Vicki Day says a suspicious package was reported in a lounge of Terminal B and that passengers have been evacuated.
The San Jose Police Department and the San Jose Fire Department and a bomb-squad unit are at the scene.
She says several flights have been affected but she did not know how many.
Day says passengers that had already gone through security in Terminal B were transported to Terminal A until the area is cleared.
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