Unprecedented security at Super Bowl 50

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Some 60 local, state and federal agencies descended upon San Francisco for Super Bowl 50.

With recent attacks in San Bernadino and on a Paris soccer stadium, authorities aren’t taking any chances on such a high-profile .

Amongst some of the increased security measures include Black Hawk helicopters circling over Levi’s Stadium are equipped with cameras that can see faces below and meticulous scrutiny of every cargo truck and person that enters the stadium.

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