MIAMI – An incident that closed a concourse at the Miami International Airport was cleared Sunday night.
Miami-Dade police and the Transportation Security Administration were investigating a suspicious item found in Concourse E.
Officials never provided an update as to what that item was.
For a short time, the Concourse E checkpoint and the surrounding area on the second floor were closed, including at the curbside, officials said.
The situation caused a bit of an inconvenience for some travelers, who had to be evacuated from the concourse after 9 p.m. due to the security scare.
Passengers could still access Concourse E through the Concourse D No. 3 TSA checkpoint.
The airport stayed open the entire time. It didn't appear that flights were affected.