Transcript for Russia's Sochi Olympics Security Could Be Flawed
Speaking of security, the opening of the winter olympics in Russia is now less than a week away. Terrorists have threatened to attack the games and now American officials say they found flaws in Russia's security plans. ABC's kirit radio has details. Good morning. What kind of flaws are we talking about? Reporter: Good morning from sochi. In just a few days we'll have tens of thousands of fans and leases pouring into the olympic park but questions about security continue to hound these games. President Obama has said that he thinks the games will be safe but U.S. Officials tell ABC news that they ran a simulation a few months ago that found major problems with Russia's emergency response plan. They say that they think the rugs are so focused on trying to top a terror attack they haven't thought enough about how to respond to one. And kirit, as the American leases and families begin to arrive we were talking about 70,000 Russian security at hand. Will that get in the way of the games while that security presence is there? Reporter: President Putin said he wants the security to be tight but not in your face and I think when I've been walking around that's what I've seen, as well. You do see police on the street and at the checkpoints but the big guns, all of that is hidden in the hills. We know these two Navy vessels will be arriving any day now. Tell us a little more about what they'll be doing there. Reporter: Right, well, overnight the Pentagon said that they have sent the first of those two vehicles to the black sea just off the coast here. They're not here specifically for the olympics but the Navy says they will be available in case of an emergency. Two things to remember here, these are not big ships and if the Pentagon wants to go and evacuate Americans they will have to get permission from the Russians. Dan and bianna. Let's hope that doesn't happen. Kirit, thank you. Thank you, kirit. Back at home the super bowl
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