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'Teargas' incident at Frankfurt airport

'Teargas' incident at Frankfurt airport”

Six people have been injured, police confirmed.

Injuries have been reported following an alleged tear-gas attack at Frankfurt Airport in Germany on Monday (Sept 11). The passengers at a check-in counter complained about eye irritations, prompting the airport to dispatch emergency units.

The motive and direct cause of the incident is yet to be assertained. According to reports from the Focus magazine, around 20 counters were temporarily closed. Viele Grüße von FRA.

Check-in has been reopened and flights are operating as normal.

Frankfurt Airport, one of the busiest and largest in Europe, previously had another incident in Terminal 1.

The fire brigade's work finished and the switch opened again.

The airport was evacuated over the weekend after a man told police that he was carrying explosives in his luggage.



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