Police have identified the driver killed in a wrong-way crash on a metro Atlanta interstate over the weekend as 27-year-old Keith F. Smith of Suwanee. DeKalb County police say that Smith's 2001 Mercedes exploded in flames when it collided with a southbound rental truck around 1:30 a.m. Saturday on Interstate 85 South.
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A New Orleans bound plane did not take off this afternoon after authorities say a credible bomb threat was made on two separate planes at the Atlanta International Airport. According to Reese McCranie, director of communication of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, two planes were escorted by fighter jets to the Atlanta International Airport after bomb threats were made to both.
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Southwest Airlines Flight 2492 and Delta Flight 1156 landed safely at the airport and were being searched by bomb disposal and canine units, according to airline officials. Delta spokesman Morgan Durant said, "It was a Portland, Oregon, to Atlanta, Georgia, flight.