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N.Y. police get radiation detectors


By Robert A. Baker
The Post-Standard

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — "Artificial radiation," intones a female voice over the electronic squeal of an alarm.

The cell phone-sized device in the state trooper's hand gave the warning as a Chevy Blazer with a trace amount of radioactive material inside drove by. The scene was part of a demonstration of the latest defense against terrorism Tuesday at the state fairgrounds in Geddes.

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