Bomb Threat Closes Martha's Vineyard Airport

Rural Airport - Martha's Vineyard

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Martha's Vineyard Airport is reopen after a bomb threat closed the island runway, assistant airport director Geoff Freeman tells WBZ NewsRadio.

All air and vehicular traffic was shut down Tuesday morning as State Police and K-9 units swept the airport

"Martha’s Vineyard Airport has reopened and resumed normal operation after a reported threat earlier this morning," Stae Police said. "MSP and local agencies responded, MSP K9 swept the airport and found nothing hazardous."

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