Metal detectors, nuclear device sniffing teams, and bomb-sniffing dogs are among the many security measures that will in place for Super Bowl Sunday. Linda So reports.
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Metal detectors are in place and bomb-sniffing dogs are being deployed for Super Bowl Sunday.
Security for the big game will be tight.
Officials say, while there have been no specific or credible threats, recent terror attacks overseas have gotten their attention.
SOUNDBITE: JEFF MILLER, NFL SECURITY, SAYING:
"We're always looking at trends and things that are occurring around the world. And how those things could affect us."
With the Super Bowl being one of the world's biggest single day sporting events, Homeland Security will be on the lookout for lone wolf attacks.
SOUNDBITE: JEH JOHNSON, HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY, SAYING:
"It's why I keep stressing the importance of working with local police departments and state public safety organizations."
From the sky, blackhawk helicopters will enforce a no-fly zone.
And on the ground, thousands of security officers will be on patrol.
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