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Crunch step up arena security after Manchester bombing

By Clip Syndicate
Syracuse’s hockey hot spot on high alert Wednesday night as thousands of Crunch fans flocked to the War Memorial Arena for Game 3 of the Calder Cup Playoffs. Heightened security was enforced after a bombing caused terror and mayhem for music fans in Manchester a few days ago.

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Syracuse’s hockey hot spot on high alert Wednesday night as thousands of Crunch fans flocked to the War Memorial Arena for Game 3 of the Calder Cup Playoffs. Heightened security was enforced after a bombing caused terror and mayhem for music fans in Manchester a few days ago.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6931679?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Thu, 25 May 2017 03:01:08 +0000 Crunch step up arena security after Manchester bombing Syracuse’s hockey hot spot on high alert Wednesday night as thousands of Crunch fans flocked to the War Memorial Arena for Game 3 of the Calder Cup Playoffs. Heightened security was enforced after a bombing caused terror and mayhem for music fans in Manchester a few days ago. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6931679?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WSYR ABC 9 Syracuse act of terror. rod: syracuse's hockey hot spot on high alert as thousands of crunch fans geared up for more calder cup play. the war memorial is managed by s- m-g, the same group that runs the manchester arena. christie: no more large bags or backpacks allowed, as part of the new safety measures. as newschannel nine's farah jadran shows us -- most fans agreed it's the right thing to do. farah: before the puck drop, checking was already happening off the ice. big bags, off limits causing some fans to leave and come back. farah this, just days after a bombing caused terror and mayhem for music fans in manchester. crunch fan gregory reitz junior usually brings his backpack along. this time, it's not getting past the turnstiles. gregory reitz jr., crunch season ticket-holder: "it's good for them to step up security like that to check people's bags and whatever to double, triple check and make sure everyone's fine going in and out." farah jadran: crunch owner howard dolgon says the fan base here is loyal and they knew it wouldn't be too much to ask fans to not bring over-sized bags or purses inside the war memorial especially when it means keeping everyone safe and watching the crunch take one more step toward wining the calder cup. howard dolgon, owner, syracuse crunch: "we want to keep our fans safe. we want to keep our players safe. we want anyone who comes through this building to enjoy the game." farah the tragedy in manchester is touching some fans more than others. kathy baxendell, crunch fan: "my daughter's in wales right now so it was very close to my heart coming to a big event like this and knowing that somebody could target something like this, so i'd rather be safe." farah dolgon says the crunch always have security and syracuse police officers in place, but he worries as violence continues to plague major events. howard dolgon, owner, syracuse crunch: "we live in a world we never dreamed we'd be living in where innocent people are attacked and killed or maimed." gregory reitz jr., crunch season ticket-holder: "they don't want it to happen here. i don't want it to happen here. i want to see them win a calder cup." farah stepping up security to keep the home of the crunch safe for everyone. in syracuse, farah jadran, newschannel nine. christie: the crunch are expected to keep the same security measures in place for friday and saturday's games -- over-sized purses and big bags will not be allowed inside the




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