Airport Monitors Fall

A custodian moves around a large panel video monitor at  Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, in Birmingham, Ala. on Wednesday, March 27, 2013. Birmingham’s airport is still using a the large  300-to 400 -pound panel of video monitors similar to one that tipped over and killed a 10-year-old Kansas boy last week. The approximately 9-foot-tall cabinet was flashing flight information on three screens near baggage claim on Wednesday, five days after a similar display killed Luke Bresette one floor higher in the airport. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)
A custodian moves around a large panel video monitor at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, in Birmingham, Ala. on Wednesday, March 27, 2013. Birmingham’s airport is still using a the large 300-to 400 -pound panel of video monitors similar to one that tipped over and killed a 10-year-old Kansas boy last week. The approximately 9-foot-tall cabinet was flashing flight information on three screens near baggage claim on Wednesday, five days after a similar display killed Luke Bresette one floor higher in the airport. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)

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