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SUV Crashes Through Philly Airport's Fence

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PHILADELPHIA -

An SUV drove right into the fencing that surrounds the Philadelphia International Airport early Wednesday morning.

Police are investigating, but at this point they don't believe it was an act of terrorism. They think the crash was truly an accident and something caused the driver to lose control.

Airport police say the woman driving the vehicle either slid on fresh snow or just didn't make the turn in time as Scott Way meets Tinicum Island Way.

Only the vehicle's front end and two wheels went up the curb, but a section of security fence collapsed.

No one was injured, the driver was not intoxicated and she was not ticketed.

She was allowed to drive her vehicle home, and police were not immediately releasing her identity.

Police are guarding the opening in the fence until a repair crew arrives.

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