CLEVELAND - Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is now back to normal after a security breach created some big trouble late Thursday afternoon, 19/43 News reported.
Hundreds of Continental Airline passengers were forced to stand shoulder to shoulder after concourses C and D were closed.
Security crews said that a man waiting to have his luggage checked dropped his bag and ran presumably because he was carrying a corkscrew, something that authorities later discovered.
Not taking any chances, gates in the general area were all shut down and all of the passengers were evacuated while they waited for the "all-clear." The man responsible for all of the chaos, however, was never found.
The two concourses remained closed for approximately two hours.