FILE - In this Dec.17, 2011 file photo, a passenger waits for his flight during a strike at Lyon-Saint Exupery airport, central France. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani, File)
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French police arrested a man Monday following a high-speed chase on the runway at Lyon airport after the driver rammed his car into the terminal and drove through the building.The driver first smashed through a barrier at the Lyon-Bron business airport before changing direction and heading to Lyon's main Saint-Exupery airport about 20 kilometers away.There he rammed into automatic glass doors near the main entrance to Terminal 1 and drove through the building, smashing through another set of doors before emerging onto the runway, chased by about a dozen police vehicles as well as a helicopter.
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