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Meanwhile residents were being evacuated as firefighters battled a blaze that had engulfed a confectionery factory in Sydney's inner west - the second time it has burned down in five years. The fire broke out in the two-storey industrial building in Meeks Rd in Marrickville just before 11pm on Thursday. The same factory was destroyed by fire in Julyin an incident costing millions of dollars.
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Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood said that authorities received a call about a naked man running around the terminal at Daytona Beach International Airport early Friday morning. Chitwood said John Greenwood, 25, was naked on the baggage carousel and yelled, "The bomb is going to go off. I planted a bomb in the bathroom.
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The man, 25, was taken to a hospital for a mental evaluation. The sheriff said he had taken drugs the night before and would likely face several federal charges. A couple hundred people were at the airport at the time of the evacuation.
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No explosives were found at Daytona Beach International Airport, said Volusia County Sheriff Michael Chitwood at a news conference after passengers were allowed to go back inside the airport. Instead, deputies found the man's clothes in a backpack hidden in some drywall in a restroom under construction. The man, 25, was taken to a hospital for a mental evaluation. The sheriff said he had taken drugs the night before and would likely face several federal charges.