TSA tests new screening procedures

Airport security changes may require some passengers to remove electronics larger than a cellphone from their bags.
0:59 | 05/25/17

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We're learning tonight. But the TSA is now testing new screening procedures those changes include requiring passengers at some airports. To remove electronics from their bags anything bigger than a cell phone so let's get right to ABC's David Curley live at Reagan national a witness tonight mediated. Good evening David the real concern here are every day items including electronics which can looked like explosives in X ray machines. And this word comes justices the TSA is considering extending and expanding that laptop band. Now currently that screening machines essentially see. One dimensional and in our pack bags it's sometimes difficult for screeners to get a clear picture of devices. So TSA is now testing a ten airport a new procedure that requires passengers to put any electronic device bigger than a cell phone in a bid some food items to. TSA has been testing this for a year now but no word on when or if it will be implemented nationwide. David David Curley with a slot tonight David thank you.

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