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Bomb Scare Closes Busy Highway into Disney World - First Coast News 01/18/06


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  • Bomb Scare Closes Busy Highway into Disney World - First Coast News 01/18/06

    Article from First Coast News (Jacksonville) - January 18, 2006
    Bomb Scare Closes Busy Highway into Disney World

    ORLANDO, FL (AP) -- A busy Orlando highway that goes to Walt Disney World was closed to traffic for over an hour in the Orlando area today when a driver said he received a call that there was a bomb in his vehicle.

    No explosive was found. The call came from an anonymous person.

    Police set up a 500 foot buffer zone on The Beeline Expressway, a main artery to Disney World.

    A bomb squad searched the vehicle.

    The driver says he received the bomb scare via his cell phone at 1:42 this afternoon.

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