Paris terror attacks impact travel from Detroit

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Terror attacks killing nearly 160 people in Paris had the country's borders shut down on Thursday.

While a state of emergency has been declared, airports are still open - but travelers in Detroit heading to Paris are feeling the impact.

Many flights have been cancelled or delayed and those at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Romulus say their thoughts and prayers are with Paris.

An AirFrance Jet was on the runway when an announcement was made that the plane would not be landing in Paris, said one

Ron Savage spoke to some who were at the airport tonight to find out what they do now.