Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 5:35 PM ET

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 5:35 PM ET

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National Audio 5:35 PM ET

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NAT098 - (Sask-Airport-Apology) REGINA. x-15s. A Saskatchewan woman says she was humiliated and wants an apology for being detained at the Regina International Airport and having her laptop destroyed. Tracey Britton was heading to Peru yesterday for her father's wedding when her laptop drew the attention of security screeners. The bomb squad was called, passengers were moved out of the security area, planes were grounded and Britton was held for six hours. ("..wrong with it.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Police spokeswoman Elizabeth Popowich (PAH'-poh-wich) says it's unfortunate the laptop was left unusable, but it was necessary to take the computer apart to ensure there was no explosive.

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