Man Taken Into Custody After Apparent Bomb Scare on Airplane
(DENVER) -- A man was taken into custody by the FBI on Friday night after an apparent bomb scare on a plane bound for Denver.
The pilot made an emergency landing at the Denver Airport at about 7:30 p.m. The plane was immediately moved to a remote area. Passengers were bused to a nearby fire station and questioned by FBI agents, says ABC7 in Denver.
The flight, carrying 136 passengers and five crew members, took off from Knoxville, Tenn.
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