Flights back on track at JFK after security scare

A call for shots fired at terminals 1 and 8 Sunday night led to an evacuation and flight-delays.

A call for shots fired at terminals 1 and 8 Sunday night led to an evacuation and flight-delays. (8/15/16)

NEW YORK - Flights are back on schedule at John F. Kennedy International Airport after a major security scare.

A call for shots fired at terminals 1 and 8 Sunday night led to an evacuation and flight delays.

Incoming flights were turned away as police swept the area.

Just after midnight, police gave the all-clear.

There is no word on what led up to the reports of possible gun shots.

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