McCain Office Is Sent White Powder, Threat, same day WTC 7 report released
Officials: Threats sent to McCain offices
CENTENNIAL, Colo. - Threatening letters containing an unidentified white powder were sent to John McCain campaign offices in Colorado and New Hampshire on Thursday, officials said.
No injuries were immediately reported.
At least 19 people were examined at hospitals or were quarantined outside the office in Centennial, Colo., a Denver suburb. The office was evacuated, and authorities were trying to determine whether the powder was hazardous.
A McCain campaign aide said the Manchester, N.H., office had been evacuated and the staffers underwent medical examinations.
No other details were immediately available from New Hampshire.