Bomb-Sniffing Dogs, Thousands of Security Officials Gear Up for Super Bowl
Inside Edition flies over Mercedes-Benz Stadium ahead of Sunday’s game, when 5,000 security officials, as well as bomb-sniffing dogs, will help protect the estimated 1 million fans expected to swarm Atlanta.
Security is tight ahead of the Super Bowl this weekend.
A 30-mile no-fly zone has been set up around Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots are set to face off on Sunday.
The Super Bowl is designated a level 1 Special Event Assessment Rating, one level below the State of the Union address or presidential inaugurations. The massive security operation involves bomb-sniffing dogs and 5,000 personnel.
An estimated 1 million fans are converging on Atlanta this week. Among them? TV personality Nick Cannon, who gave Inside Edition a tour of his luxurious IHG InterContinental Presidential Suite.
"To wake up to this, see the Atlanta skyline, this is stunning," Cannon said.
It features a huge living room and dining room, perfect for Super Bowl entertaining.
"It feels like home!" he said.
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