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A flight attendant discovered a threatening note on a Delta flight from Detroit to Denver and after the plane safely landed, it was moved to a remote area.
According to KUSA, Delta Flight 1500 was moved to a remote area of the Denver International Airport due to a safety concern, which was not elaborated on.
Denver News 7 reports that the threatening note was actually a bomb threat, which was discovered in the rear galley of the plane.
Flight 1500 had 151 passengers and four crew members who were all taken to a safe location after being removed from the flight. One passenger, Tony Sevy, took to Twitter to say that passengers were not allowed to remove their things from the plane.
— Tone Sevy (@ToneSevy) April 18, 2014
DIA spokeswoman Julie Smith would not admit if the threat was about a bomb, only that the plane had a "possible security threat." Police radio reports said that they were going to use K-9 units to examine the plane as they searched for the threat.
image via Twitter from Tone Sevy