Up to twenty police cars and motorbikes, a helicopter and dozens of officers were deployed on Monday morning at Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport in eastern France after a man managed to break through the security perimeter and drive his vehicle onto the runway.
There is no information regarding the motive behind the individual's actions, but police are calling the situation "complicated".
There, the vehicle rammed through two glass doors at the airport's Terminal 1 to drive onto the runways, she said.
This is not a typical day at Lyon International Airport, as a auto was seen careening across the dirt and onto the runway, followed by 20 police vehicles and at least one helicopter.
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The airport has been closed and all flights have been successfully grounded, according to reports.
The intruder sought to flee on foot but was tackled by officers and arrested.
The driver, dressed in dark clothing, then abandoned the auto and fled on foot.
All flights in and out of Lyon Saint-Exupery airport were temporarily suspended.