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The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) yesterday received a threat of a suicide bombing on its system.All VTA's vehicles were stopped and searched after the message was received, agency officials said in an email.The individual who made the threat was later arrested; normal service resumed afterwards.The bomb threat is the second against a California transit agency this month. Last week, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority received an anonymous tip about a plan to attack a Red Line rail station. The FBI later determined that threat wasn't credible.
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