“Mock IED” caused hours of delays at Pearson

April 18, 2017 | Toronto
Written by CBC News
U.S. officials have released an image of an object found in the suitcase of an American man as he attempted to board a flight from Toronto to Chicago on April 6.


The discovery of the object, in the luggage of Joseph Galaska, caused hours of delays for passengers on the same flight at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. | READ MORE

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