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Posted at 4:35 PM ET, 04/13/2010

The security net and the Four Seasons

By Washington Post editors

About 100 people were crowded into the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown for about an hour Wednesday afternoon, unable to come and go, said Sandra McElwaine, who was passing through the hotel to a hair appointment and got caught in the security lockdown.

The hotel at 2800 Pennsylvania Ave. NW was closed off after a bomb-sniffing dog on a routine security sweep of luggage sat down on a suitcase, said Max Milien, a spokesman for the Nuclear Summit Joint Information Center. For the security of the guests, officers swept the area but found it clear, Milien said.

-- Theola Labbé-DeBose


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By Washington Post editors  | April 13, 2010; 4:35 PM ET
Tags:  Four Seasons Hotel, Georgetown, Georgetown Washington D.C., Washington DC  
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Do we now have reporters in the future?

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