Things are back to normal at Denver International Airport after a security breach Monday morning. Passengers had to wait up to two-and-a-half hours to be rescreened after operations were shut down.
An airport spokesman says a woman got past a security check without being completely screened. All the concourses were evacuated and passengers had to return to the main terminal for rescreening.
Although many flights from Colorado Springs pass through DIA, there were no major delays to report here.
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