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Concerns loom after ISIS says it bombed Russian plane

ISIS publishes what it says is bomb that downed Russian plane. (Source: DABIQ/CNN) ISIS publishes what it says is bomb that downed Russian plane. (Source: DABIQ/CNN)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

For someone looking to quench their thirst a soda may be an option but that wasn't the case on Oct. 31.

The terror group ISIS says it's responsible for the death of hundreds using a soda bomb that crashed a Russian passenger plane.

As people get ready to travel via air or welcome family from airport, safety is on the minds of many.

"It just makes me nervous about getting on a plane, you know traveling back in forth at this time, just to know something that small can blow up the plane,” said Sparkle Scott.

"My family travels all the time. My brother just got out from another country. It's unbelievable because that can happen to anybody or anywhere in the world,” said Nicholas Cooper.

TSA's website shows, you can buy beverages after the security checkpoint and take them on the plane, as they have been previously screened. But there's still a concern about cans, which are allowed in checked bags.

"I have a lot of family members that do fly so I can imagine the families that are traveling at this time, over the holiday time, that make them very nervous,” Scott said.

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