Security scare at JFK prompts search of planes

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(CBS News) Nothing threatening was found aboard a pair of planes involved in a security scare at John F. Kennedy Airport Monday afternoon, CBS New York reports.

The two planes were moved to an isolated section of the airport while the Port Authority and federal agents probed the situation. Both planes landed at about 3:45 p.m. and were give the all-clear around 4:40 p.m.

JFK Airport received an anonymous phone threat concerning two flights, sources told CBS New York.

Those flights were American Airlines Flight 524 from San Francisco and FinAir Flight 55 from Helsinki, Finland.

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