The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) came across a suspicious package Monday afternoon at the Chattanooga Airport.
Albert Waterhouse, spokesperson for the Chattanooga Airport, told Channel 3 that TSA cleared the security check-in and shut down check-in operations for 10 to 15 minutes while they investigated.
They determined that the item was not a threat, and operations are now back to normal.
The CDC says the number of people sickened by Romaine lettuce tainted by E.Coli continues to rise.
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