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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 9/11/2001 9:31:45 AM EDT
[url]http://us.news2.yimg.com/f/42/31/7m/dailynews.yahoo.com/h/ap/20010911/us/terrorism_precautions_2.html[/url] Precautions taken in various U.S. states in the wake of the terrorist attacks: The Federal Aviation Administration (news - web sites) shut down airports nationwide. -CALIFORNIA: State put on high alert. State's Emergency Council convened as Gov. Gray Davis (news - web sites) requested heightened security at all state buildings. -COLORADO: City and state officials stepped up security around government buildings. City opened an emergency preparedness office in the basement of City Hall, where representatives of police, fire and health agencies, public transportation officials, Denver International Airport and utilities were gathering. -FLORIDA: Security heightened at federal courts. Walt Disney World evacuated and closed its parks and shopping and entertainment complex. -GEORGIA: All flights at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, the nation's busiest, stopped. The CNN Center, world headquarters of Cable News Network, closed to the public, although journalists at CNN and The Associated Press remained. -ILLINOIS: Sears Tower shut down, state government buildings in Chicago and Springfield closed. National Guard on state of heightened alert in Illinois. -KENTUCKY: Southern Governors' Association canceled annual fall meeting so governors of Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia could head back to their states. -MARYLAND: Officials tightening security throughout the state. Security heightened at Andrews Air Force Base. Baltimore-Washington International Airport taking arrivals not departing flights. -MINNEAPOLIS: Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport shut down. IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis, the tallest building in the state, evacuated. -NEVADA: Security increased at casinos on the Las Vegas Strip, at federal buildings across the state and Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas. Flights suspended. (etc.)
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