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Drugged man tries by car behind plane ride: air traffic Hanover shut down
The air traffic at the airport of Hannover, germany, today for hours, shut down after a man who is under the influence of drugs with a car on the platform was driven. He drove in a car with Polish license plate. In the meantime resume the flights again. The man had no terrorist motives, but was under the influence of drugs.

The man rammed shortly before 16 hours in his car and a fence, and rode the platform on which he was stopped. As a precaution, all of the air traffic shut down. A part of the terminal A was shut down and some flights were delayed. The other two terminals remained open. A twenty flights to Hanover were redirected to other airports. Around half past eight, preparations were made to the air traffic corridor.

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