SALT LAKE CITY -- Authorities at Salt Lake City International Airport have reopened terminals and resumed commercial flights after a potential security breach.
Airport dispatcher Whitney Hadley says a passenger passing through security at about 4 p.m. Wednesday picked up their bag before a secondary inspection could be performed. That triggered an automatic shutdown of security checks and outgoing commercial flights until the passenger could be found.
Hadley says the passenger was located, and it was determined there was no security threat.
Gates were reopened about 45 minutes later, and all airport operations resumed.