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U.S. Airways Flight Diverted After Bizarre Security Scare

Post by Maressa Brown A scary incident just unfolded up over U.S. airspace earlier today. A U.S. Airways jetliner that was flying from Paris to Charlotte, North Carolina was diverted to Maine, due to what an airline spokesperson described as a "security issue." The aircraft was even escorted by two F-15 fighters, according to a North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) spokesman.
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