WCCO: Terminal 2 evacuated at MSP

There are reports of a suspicious package. Airport police called in the Bloomington bomb squad, and the inbound roadway into the terminal has been shut down. No one needing to drop off passengers or catch a flight can currently reach the terminal.
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There are reports of a suspicious package. Airport police called in the Bloomington bomb squad, and the inbound roadway into the terminal has been shut down. No one needing to drop off passengers or catch a flight can currently reach the terminal.

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