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strange but true


USA, Philadelphia: After an investigation, the FBI concluded that a motion sensor found on the tracks near a Philadelphia station just after the Madrid train bombings was not related to terrorism but was put there by a maintenance employee trying to sleep on the job but worried about a supervisor catching him.