KTLA5: Officials Investigate ‘Non-Credible’ Threat at LAX; Passengers Led Off Plane

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Sky 5 footage shows passengers being led off an American Eagle plane on May 24, 2016. TSA received a possible threat about the plane coming from Houston.

Passengers are being led off a plane that landed safely at  Los Angeles International Airport after a “non-credible” threat was made Tuesday morning.

The airport got a TSA notification of a phone threat made to a call center in Houston regarding the plane, said Officer Rob Pedregon, with the LAX police department.

The plane landed safely at LAX and it was moved to a remote location where authorities surrounded the plane and were assessing the situation. SWAT officers went inside to search the plane about 9:35 a.m., Sky 5 footage showed. Passengers appeared to be searched and assessed after getting off the plane.

KTLA5 have details on the developing story.

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