STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - Yampa Valley Regional Airport's top official says security is being jeopardized after passenger screening machines were removed this week.
The airport's full-body scanner was taken out on Tuesday as part of a federal reorganization.
Airport Manager Dave Ruppel tells Steamboat Today security officials are now doing pat-downs on passengers and using an older walk-through metal detector.
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