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Bomb components in carry-on, delays plane

PETrudeauAirport.jpgPlane delays are not unusual, but it's not everyday it's delayed due to a suspected explosive. Islander Nancy Martin was heading for Las Vegas at Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport, when things got a little strange. 71 year old Anthony Piazza had just been detained at the airport as he tried to board the flight with components for making an explosive device in his carry-on. Karen spoke with Nancy when she was safe and sound in Los Vegas.

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