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July 16, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
An artist was arrested after he claimed responsibility for abandoning a truck with "bomb" scrawled on its bumper, sparking a four-hour evacuation of Seattle's downtown shopping district. Jason Sprinkle, 26, surrendered to police about 30 minutes after he called the Associated Press to say there was no bomb and that he had parked the truck at the edge of downtown park as a protest. Sprinkle was among artists who have protested against reopening a street through a park.
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July 16, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
An artist was arrested after he claimed responsibility for abandoning a truck with "bomb" scrawled on its bumper, sparking a four-hour evacuation of Seattle's downtown shopping district. Jason Sprinkle, 26, surrendered to police about 30 minutes after he called the Associated Press to say there was no bomb and that he had parked the truck at the edge of downtown park as a protest. Sprinkle was among artists who have protested against reopening a street through a park.
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May 26, 1994 | Associated Press
Departing flights were delayed for nearly two hours Wednesday at airports across the Northwest when a bomb threat prompted the evacuation of the region's air traffic control center. A Federal Aviation Administration center in Auburn, south of Seattle, received the telephone threat at 8:05 a.m., FAA spokesman Dick Meyer said. The caller indicated that a bomb was in the building, but none was found. More than 300 people were evacuated during the search.
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May 26, 1994 | Associated Press
Departing flights were delayed for nearly two hours Wednesday at airports across the Northwest when a bomb threat prompted the evacuation of the region's air traffic control center. A Federal Aviation Administration center in Auburn, south of Seattle, received the telephone threat at 8:05 a.m., FAA spokesman Dick Meyer said. The caller indicated that a bomb was in the building, but none was found. More than 300 people were evacuated during the search.
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