The explosion of a dry-ice bomb at Los Angeles International Airport disrupted operations Sunday night and delayed flights for several hours at a passenger terminal, authorities reported.
Officials said an airport employee heard an explosion in a men’s room and went to investigate. He discovered a 20-ounce plastic bottle that had contained the dry ice. The blast did no damage, and no injuries were reported.
Operations were suspended in the terminal, and flights were delayed until about 8:45 p.m. as the Los Angeles Police Department bomb squad responded.
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