A TSA security line was left unmanned at New York's JFK Airport, leading 11 people to walk through and board planes without getting screened, The New York Daily News reports.
A security camera captured a metal detector going off three times as people walked through it.
The passengers went through the line at about 6 a.m., two hours before TSA officials notified the Port Authority Police Department. None of the travelers could be found when police arrived.
NBC News: Officials say 11 people went through an open but unmanned JFK TSA security lane and are presumed to have boarded flights.— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) February 20, 2017
NBC News reported the passengers were presumed to have boarded flights.
The TSA did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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