Terminal B at PortMiami was evacuated after a bag containing an unknown substance was found by a Customs and Border Protection officer. (Source: CBS4)
MIAMI, Florida (CBSMiami) - A terminal at Port Miami was evacuated Wednesday morning after an
antique compass was discovered by Customs and Border Patrol agents
emitting some radiation.
Miami-Dade Fire helped evacuate the terminal and said the unknown substance was in a bag. The bag was found around 9 a.m.
When CBS station WFOR's Chopper 4 arrived on scene, there were passengers still on ships
that had yet to disembark and other people standing around on shore
waiting for further direction.
An all-clear was given at the scene around 11 a.m. Wednesday.
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