Infrastructure Daily News 02.13.13

Transportation Sector

. February 11, Long Island Newsday – (New York) Wind, fog create airport delays. Windy conditions and low clouds caused flight delays at LaGuardia and Kennedy airports, respectively, while delays and cancellations also affected MacArthur Airport. Source: http://www.newsday.com/long-island/wind-fog-create-airport-delays- 1.4620179

. February 11, WMBF32 Myrtle Beach – (South Carolina) School bus driver charged after two-vehicle accident in Florence. Five people were injured after a school bus was involved in an accident with two cars. The bus driver was charged with driving too fast during wet conditions. Source: http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/21110508/school-bus-driver-charged-fortwo- vehicle-accident-in-florence For additional stories, see items 3 and 23

Postal and Shipping Sector

. February 12, Associated Press – (Massachusetts) $10K in crystal meth stuffed in teddy bear. A Chelsea man faces charges after he allegedly received a Valentine’s Day teddy bear in the mail which was stuffed with $10,000 worth of crystal methamphetamine February 5. The drugs were discovered through the use of a drug sniffing dog, and a postal inspector delivered the package to the home, along with a search warrant after he signed for the package. Source: http://www.wwlp.com/dpp/news/massachusetts/10k-in-crystal-meth-stuffed-inteddy- bear

Emergency Services Sector

. February 11, Associated Press – (Montana) TV station’s emergency alert system hacked; viewers warned zombies ‘rising from their graves.’ Two stations in Montana, KRTV 3 Great Falls and Billings CW, had their emergency alert system hacked February 11 as hoax messages about a zombie apocalypse played for viewers. Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/tv-stations-emergency-alert-systemhacked- viewers-warned-zombies-rising-from-their-graves/2013/02/11/76af3dfc-74ab- 11e2-9889-60bfcbb02149_story.html For additional stories, see items 23, 33, and 41

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