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UPDATED 11/01/11 3:58 p.m.

CHICAGO (CBS) — A hazardous materials scare at O’Hare International Airport on Tuesday sent crews scrambling, after a United Airlines employee was injured when a battery apparently exploded in a bag.

But, as CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports, authorities said there was no criminal activity associated with the incident.

It was a scary scene that greeted passengers arriving at O’Hare Tuesday morning. Hazmat crews and emergency vehicles were out on the tarmac.

“As we were pulling in, we could see all the emergency vehicles out by the terminals,” said United passenger Christina Procita.

“I didn’t see anything severe or drastic; didn’t see a fire.” Passenger Ron Smith said. “All I could see is trucks, nothing else.”

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LISTEN: WBBM Newsradio’s Steve Miller Reports

Emergency crews responded after a United Airlines employee was burned while unloading a container from a plane around 10:30…

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