Dry ice exploded at Los Angeles International Airport for the second consecutive night on Monday — this time reportedly on the tarmac.
Three dry ice bombs were found outside of the Tom Bradley International Terminal on Monday evening, NBC News reported, and one of them harmlessly went off at 8:30 p.m.
The explosion did not impact incoming or outgoing flights, officials said. When a plastic bottle containing dry ice exploded in an employee bathroom the night before, Terminal 2 was closed for two hours and several flights were delayed.
No one was injured in either incident, and authorities don't suspect terrorism. No arrests have been made.