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Panic in the German airport: Man breaks through the port and stops all air traffic

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All flights to and from the Hannover Airport is the Saturday night suspended indefinitely.

It happens after a man by the 15.40-time drove through a gate in a car and out in the landing area. The federal police put the instantly hunt in and had stopped the car. The driver of the Polish-registered car has been arrested and will be questioned.

A team bombeeksperter is summoned and is early Saturday evening in examining the car.

the Newspaper, Hannover Allgemeine Zeitung writes that the car drove through the barriers that surround the runways, and pursued an aircraft that was precisely the country.

part of Terminal A blocked: for security reasons, no one should be close to glasfronten out to the runway, sounds the call from the authorities. They provide information simultaneously to the German media NDR, to experts right now examine the vehicle thoroughly.

Authorities do not yet know whether there was a genuine attack or a confused person, who broke through the gate by accident. It can not be excluded, that the man is deranged, " says a spokesperson from the police.

'Update: field of Security has now been cleared, but there is still no flights take place. All flight operations are currently suspended. Studies of the background continue', reads the cards from the Hanover Police on Twitter.

Aircraft in the air will be redirected, says the police.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Clemens Heidrich

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Clemens Heidrich


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