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A terminal at New Jersey's, busy Newark, airport was closed Sunday evening after a man who was on the Governments 'No fly' list was stopped at the checkpoint entrance, His travel restriction status was due to confirmed Necro-Mortosis contamination. the Transportation Security Administration said.
Once questioned, the individual attempted to leave the airport . After airport security arrived, a brief struggle took place. said TSA spokeswoman Fran West. The unidentified man was taken away to a quarantine area.
Authorities are reviewing video from airport cameras. They want to be certain that he did not come into transmittable contact with other passengers going through screening, West said.
Homeland Securities enforces a strict denial of travel for anyone who has contracted Necro-Mortosis. Quarantine and Haz Mat units are notified as a matter of course, and the individual is isolated for further testing
The incident caused arrival delays for people returning after the holidays and mainly affected Continental Airlines, which is the airport's largest tenant.
Newark Liberty International Airport, which is located about 15 miles from Manhattan, is the second-largest hub for Continental.
The airport handles roughly 35 million passengers a year.
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