CLEVELAND– There will be an increased number of security officers at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in the wake of the deadly attacks in Brussels.
Dozens were killed and hundreds were injured during three explosions at an airport and subway station in Brussels. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
At least two U.S. cities — Washington and New York City — have stepped up security in the wake of the explosions.
Fred Szabo, interim director of port control, said TSA has deployed a higher number of uniformed officers, behavior detection officers and K-9 officers at Cleveland Hopkins and other airports across the country. He said this is purely precautionary and the airport has been on high alert since Sept. 11.
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