Million Dollar Stash

A major airline undergoes a worldwide system failure, stranding thousands of passengers. Customs and Border Protection unzips 2 million dollars worth of cocaine, while TSA finds itself the reluctant owners of a massive stash of perfectly good booze.

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Stranded at MIA
Stranded at MIA

Stranded at MIA

Operations control room agent Darius Bradshaw is notified of a nationwide airline computer problem that causes many passengers to be stranded at the airport. 960 1280

  

Passengers Stuck at MIA

Passengers Stuck at MIA

Senior terminal ops agent Heidi Anthony talks to passengers in need of assistance after flights on a major airline carrier are grounded due to a nationwide computer failure. 960 1280

  

Passengers Stuck at MIA

Passengers Stuck at MIA

Daniel Vickers attempts to calm passengers’ frustrations by passing out snacks and water. 960 1280

  

Checked Bags at MIA

Checked Bags at MIA

JBT AeroTech regional manager Gilbert Lopez describes how a laser reads the barcode on checked bags to keep track of their location. 960 1280

  

Liquor in a carry-on bag

Liquor in a carry-on bag

TSA supervisor Daniel Tabares identifies a bottle of liquor inside a passenger’s carryon bag. Bottles of alcohol must either be checked with the passenger's luggage, or be voluntarily abandoned and destroyed. 960 1280

  

Customs and Border Protection inspecting

Customs and Border Protection inspecting

Customs and Border Protection inspects every piece of luggage on a flight after confirming that some of the bags contained large amounts of cocaine. 960 1280

  

Passengers sleep at the airport

Passengers sleep at the airport

Dickie Davis and Heidi Anthony discuss sleeping arrangements for passengers who are stuck overnight at the airport. 960 1280

  

Towing planes at MIA

Towing planes at MIA

Due to the nationwide airline computer system failure, there are only a limited number of operational gates available at MIA. Ramp duty manager Albert Cordeschi quickly works to tow planes to the few open gates. 960 1280

  

Computer failure at MIA is resolved

Computer failure at MIA is resolved

Eulen America employees are notified that the airline with the computer system failure is back up and running. 960 1280

  

Illegal drugs found at MIA

Illegal drugs found at MIA

A Customs and Border Protection officer tests a small amount of the powdery substance from the contraband seizure to determine the type of narcotic that was smuggled into the country. 960 1280

  

Illegal drugs found at MIA

Illegal drugs found at MIA

Customs and Border Protection officers discover a huge shipment of an illegal narcotic and get ready to perform a field test to determine whether it is cocaine, heroine or methamphetamine. 960 1280

  

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