LINTHICUM, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - Officials at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport say there is “no danger” after crews were called to a possible hazardous material situation at the baggage claim.
They say police, along with fire and rescue, responded to the scene on Tuesday afternoon.
According to officials, the incident did not impact flight operations, and the scene has been secured.
They did not specify what prompted the response.
We’ll have additional updates when the airport makes more information available.
#BWI Fire and Rescue Dept, law enforcement, & mutual aid responded to report of possible hazardous material in airport baggage claim. Investigation determined there was no danger. There was no impact to airline flight operations & the scene was secured.— BWI Marshall Airport (@BWI_Airport) January 1, 2019