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Subways Nationwide Go On Alert Following Taegu Arson Attack

Subway corporations in major cities conducted emergency inspections yesterday following an arson attack on a Taegu subway train. Officials in Seoul mobilized 1,000 staff members and public workers to check for suspicious packages and to examine sprinklers and other fire fighting systems at the city’s 280 subway stations. Supervisors have been alerted to look for possible copy-cat crimes and have been ordered to bolster inspections for some time until calm is restored. Station operators replayed recorded messages for passengers to report any suspicious persons or materials and instructing them on what to do in case of emergencies. Full Story

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