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A United Airlines jet that had been headed to Dulles Airport from London sat on the tarmac at Logan Airport yesterday as luggage was unloaded after a security scare.

Security scare ends at Logan

Jet diverted to Boston as Vt. woman sparks fears

By John R. Ellement and Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / August 17, 2006

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A 59-year-old Vermont woman's behavior aboard a trans-Atlantic flight triggered a massive security response yesterday, with Air Force F-15 jets escorting the plane to Logan Airport, where federal agents seized the woman, authorities interrogated passengers, and police dogs sniffed through luggage for explosives. (Full article: 1086 words)

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