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at the beginning complete panic. people were screaming. saw children crying. >> i mean the firing did not stop. shooting just continued but his body language was like, i'm getting it. that was his body language. i'm here, to do something. >> imagine the fear. witnesses describing panic and chaos at los angeles international airport today after a man shot his way through a security check point. a tsa officer was killed
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and six other people have been wounded. good evening. police say there was only one gunman and the man is now in custody. take a look. this is the rifle at accused killer used. police identified him and he now lives in los angeles he was shot multiple times in the chest. he is in critical condition right now. and these are images from inside of the terminal. people ran, some hiding in bathrooms just to get away. passengers who had cleared security rushed on to tarmac, others locked down in restaurants and lounges. >> thousands of fleets still delayed at lax. and across the country because it's a major hub. air traffic affected nationwide. faa grounding flights and diverted others in the air this, is a story we first broke on twitter. it happened in terminal three,
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virgin america's terminal on northwest side of lax. abc7 news joins us live in the newsroom falling latest developments. leanne? >> reporter: according to police the gunman was wearing fatigues and inside of his bag was a note that said he wanted to kill tsa officers and pigs, referring to police. this is the first tsa agent killed on duty. witnesses say the suspect entered terminal three around 9:20, pulled out an assault rifle and began shooting. >> body language was like, i'm getting it. i'm, i'm here to do something. he just grabbed a rifle like, he knew how to grab a rifle. >> people dropped to the ground or ran, as more shots were fired. >> all hell broke loose because people were pouring onto the tarmac. >> shooting started outside and continued in the screening station, where passengers show
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their ids and boarding passes. >> he proceeded up into screening area. where screeners are and continued shooting, past the screeners and back into the airport itself >> two tsa agents were shot. one seen here, as crews raced to put anymore an ambulance. he died. the second officer shot in the hand. the shooter had an a.r.13, and he was shot by law enforcement. >> lasd transported six patient to the hospitals. >> all terminals at lax put into lock down. this shows some kind of rifle on the ground. officers searched the airport to see if others were involved. >> we believe at this point that
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there is a lone shooter. >> reporter: all planes were ground and abc news is reporting one man was waiting with shoes off to be screened when the gunman approached him and asked him if he was with the tsa. the man shook his head, no. and the gunman moved on. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> thank you this, is a look at the suspect's family home in southern new jersey. the police chief says he texted his family sometime before the shooting saying he might kill himself. new jersey police asked officers to check on him. lapd twoent his apartment, his roommate said everything seemed fine. around the time of the shooting before being identified, lapd officers reported back to new jersey police that he seemed to be okay. >> now taking you tloif los angeles. there is a news
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conference just getting started with lapd and mayor. >> first, our thoughts and prayers are today with the families and fallen. an attack like this tests our resolve. it's a tremendous testament that today, a day that started with tore rific attacks is now ending with los angeles international airport beginning to reopen. a gunman opened fire in terminal three, killing a tsa agent. the first to die in the line of duty, and shooting two other people, one of which was a tsa agent. additional individuals had minor injuries and have been treated. airport police officers
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opened fire, wounded him and took him into custody the suspect identified as paul, anthony ciancia, a resident of los angeles. right now, lax terminal with exception of terminal three is reopening as quickly as possible. passengers should check with airlines for flight information. first priority is safety. i know there is pressure for the public to get on that plane to feel secure. the area around lax should be avoided unless you have clear information on the flight and need to be in the area. we have a hot line for travellers needing a hotel near lax. they should call
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1-888-831-7176. one of the lessons is september 11thth is the need to work seamlessly across jurisdictions. we had the fbi director here today before knowing this was going to happen. i witnessed, as mayor of the city, seamlessness between agencies, between different levels of government. i personally want to thank each of the men and women across agencies that today have done incredible work. i want to t volunteers and staff at los angeles world airport, red cross, civilian team that's stand out and ensuring traffic is flowing. now, i'd like to
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give it over to the special agent in charge to say a few words. >> thank you. first off, i'd like to thank the media for your patience. this is a large-scale investigation. >> we're running into technical difficulty was the chopper in los angeles interfering with that news conference under way. and the mayor explained two people were shot in addition to tsa agent killed. and there were minor incidents as well. >> let's listen now and see if we have the audio back up. >> we're investigating his background and more about him. i'm not going provide much about
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that at this point. the deceased identity is not going to be confirmed out of respect for families. families going through a difficult time but we're going to confirm it was a tsa employee actually deceased in this case.. there is one additional tsa employee wounded by gunshots. there are additional injuries, some of which seem to be potential injuries where they may have injured themselves trying to get away. at this point, we have one shut down and will have for a while, while we continue the investigation. forensic teams are in there from the fbi as well as lapd. their work is long and methodical. they'll take their time on this to be complete in the investigation. we do have a tip line i'd like to pass out. it's an fbi tip line.
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if you have, if, i would seek the public's assistance. if they have information which would be beneficial to this investigation. we ask they please keep it to . that we'd like to know about it. we do have that line staffed right now. it's available and we're ready to run those leads. additional information, i know you want facts. we can't provide those to you at this point. >> we're -- >> we'll take questions at the end. i'd like to ask executive director from los angeles world airport to come forward with information about the operations right now of the airport. what is moving forward as we speak, and some of the great work her staff did today. >> thank you. mr. mayor. between
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9:30 this morning and approximately 3:00 p.m this afternoon, there were about 746 flights that were affected. 46 of those diverted to other local airports. the rest held on the ground here at lax or at their originating airports. we are glad to report that terminals 1 and 2 are now in the process of repopulation. employees first, tsa employees, airline employees in place, then passengers aloud back into terminals. terminal three remains closed for the time being. any folk who's have flights tomorrow, with the airlines that operate out of terminal three should contact the airline for information. we expect to be operating those flights but probably through a
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busing procedure at remote gates we'll also on lax twitter feed provide as much information as we understand what operations will be for the flights. faa national ground stop on arrival for lax. it's scheduled to be lifted at 4:00 p.m today. lastly, just want to tell the public and travellers and all of those who are, um, intending to meet or bid travellers goodbye, thank you for your patience this, has been a trying day for everyone, i know. for those awaiting ariefing passengers we're going fwhus lot c. they should be there for pick up. i'm -- i want to reiterate the hotel hot line that is being provided by l.a.
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tourism and convention board. that is passengers stranded at lax certainly encouraged to call that hot line for accommodations thank you. >> thank you. i say we have great coordination here today. it started long before the tragedy today. just three weeks ago there was training that went on with both airport police and los angeles police department on incidents just like this as shared earlier. tactics used today were practiced then, trained on by los angeles world airport police and i'd like to invite the chief of police to come back as well. >> thank you. just a couple things from my end, the officers
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involved in this incident this, is a traumatic for anyone. no officers were injured but are doing well. the -- we take a look at a little bit of a time line. 9:22 is about the time we became aware that this incident occurred. airport police officers were on scene immediately and began to move after that particular individual. the suspect, as he proceeded through terminal three. they caught him, and caught up with him near the rear of the terminal. that is where the officer-involved shooting occurred. the, there has been information that we had made changes in security here at the airport. as it relates to officers assigned to our terminal . that is correct. we evaluate our deployment of
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people, our strategies and tactics in dealing with individuals and with potential incidents like this. and in fact, many of have you probably travelled through an airport over the years and saw a police officer on a podium just behind the screening area. about a year ago, when i got here, i thought that our officers needed to be out in front of the screening area, rather than behind the screening area. so whatever information is out there regarding not having deployed enough officers that is not the case. more than enough officers have been aployed. our officers were supplied where they're supposed to be and performed heroically in this particular matter. it's a big job to get this place repopulated and people back on to their airplanes the information that gina
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lindsay provided is important. i want to thank individuals of the los angeles police department who are our partners here and have done an amazing job. we also have resources from california patrol, hawthorne pd, inglewood pd. all of our surrounding law enforcement partners. in california, and especially in los angeles -- >> right now, you can follow on twitter. we're going to continue on this story
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we continue now our coverage of the shooting at lax this, is a live shot of, really hundreds of passengers. we're not sure whether they're heading back to terminals 1 and 2, which to use the phrase that they're using at airports being repopulated but they're getting ready to reopen the terminals, terminal three remains closed so. we're just go having to wait and see but havoc for thousands. >> yes this, meant massive delays for those trying to fly into, and out of lax. every san francisco police officer assigned to sfo deploy today in response to the shooting. >> yes. today's shooting causing delay as cross the nation, and abc7 news is live at sfo with
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that part of the story. jonathan? >> we have a lot of unhappy travellers here at sfo and a few just happy they're safe. those trying to get into los angeles and those trying to get out. >> the pilot saying a security breech at the airport. and so i get out a book and started reading. someone had a tv screen on and said "shooting in lax" >> julie arrived after the plane sat on the tarmac four hours. hundreds of others here never wanted to be in san francisco. all these people headed to l.a., their plane from new york was diverted here. >> you can see the line there is nothing i should say. just take a look at the line. >> hello? i'd like people to help us. a
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long flight for a short weekend. so just want to go and see my family, hang out but it's not happening. >> an sfo spokesman says there are delays because faa grounded all flights in and out of l.a. >> that is only a short-term operation with a ripple affect. so we're seeing delays and cancellations from others as well. >> san francisco police officers were patrolling the airport a decision in what is made in caution. sfo says it's standard procedure until they figure out what is going on. >> if it's isolated other airports continue to follow normal protocols. that is the path we've been going down. >> now, a few passengers in that line told us they were able to get tickets out to other destinations like orange county. those flights filled up quickly. folks plan to rent cars and drive down that way. others say
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they're taking up virgin america up on its offer, a free hotel tonight and a flight out in the morning. >> faa grounded all flights headed to lax. that had a ripple affect here. two flights cancelled and sfo has five departing, nine arriving l.a. flights cancelled and oakland international airport two arriving flights cancelled as well. there could be delayed into the weekend. >> yes. ripple effect going to be he normal musts. >> taking a look at live doppler seven hd, sunny skies from coast to inland now. very mild around the bay area. we do have a wind advisory from tomorrow night to monday morning at 7:00. winds gusting and a possibility of
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downed trees and power lines. right now, temperatures in the 70s just about every wrshgs only 61 now in afl moon bay. another live view at golden gate, clear skies. temperatures into mid to upper 70s from santa rosa to fairfield and livermore. and these are the forecast features. we can expect another mild day, mostly sunny skies, breezy, cooler and a chance of rain by the end of next week. high pressure controlling factor in our weather now will be for a while. we set our maps in motion at 7:00 this evening we'll see a little dry front sweeping through tomorrow, bringing us high clouds, partly cloudy sunday today, mild but sunday looks a bit cooler. we've got raiders hosting philadelphia eagles sunday, looks like nice weather for the game. temperatures in the 60s under partly cloudy skies. overnight lows into mid to upper 40s then, tomorrow,
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high temperatures under sunny skies. low to mid-60s on the coast. upper 60s around the bay. low 70s inland heefrment is the accu-weather forecast. set your clocks back before sunday we fall back on standard time. cooling down sunday, monday, cooling down tuesday, and wednesday. to thosuffered in silence...
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frightening moments inside one of the floors of the caldecott tunnel today this, shows a tunnel hazy interior after a car caught on fire. this is at 9:45 this morning. eight people were rushed to the hospital. sky seven hd shows us emergency crews helping people who were choking in that smoky tunnel. people had to leave cars to get out of the tunnel. authorities shut down the eastbound lanes for several hours during the response to this. >> still ahead on abc7 news at 4:00 continuing breaking news of the lax shooting that left a tsa officer dead we'll have the latest on the suspected gun sxhan -- man and a possible motive. later, a controv
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>> we begin with our continuing coverage of breaking news out of los angeles. one tsa agent is dead, a suspected gunman is in custody. the tsa officer killed in the shooting, six others were injured we know the suspected shooter is in critical condition. >> reporter: well, police say the shooter is a 23-year-old paul ciancia from new jersey this, video shows passengers running for safety. the gunfired inside los angeles international airport. it all began around 9:30 this morning just outside of the security area at terminal three. the gunman began firing, killing a tsa officer, the first tsa officer ever killed in the line of duty. a second tsa officer was shot and five others wound and taken to the hospital.
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police say he was carrying a note saying he wanted to kill tsa employees, and quote, pigs referring to police. passengers say it was a chaotic scene, people ran through metal detectors and into terminals others running on to tarmac. thousands of flights across the country have been cancelled or delay delayed. no planes heading to lax were allowed to take off. flights already in the air were diverted to other airports. now, this news the faa ban on flights to lax just listed minutes ago. terminal three remains closed for the investigation. in the newsroom, abc7 news. >> take a look at this google earth map of southern california. and the los angeles area. and los angeles international airport. all trouble happened her in terminal
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three. this is the northwest portion of the airport. six carriers fly in and out. >> we reported the shooting at lax on our abc7 news smart known app. you can down load the app for free. the upscale east bay community of piedmont fighting a recent crime wave but putting up security cameras along the borders. the police department doesn't want to say where they will be located and we do know that there will be a lot of them. wayne freedman with the story. >> reporter: around outlying intersections in piedmont, look up. george orwell might have called these eyes of big brother but not most in this city. >> i think we need big brother to be watching us right now. >> we have had our highest crime rate in eight years. i've looked at records, probably past 20
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years importantly, the highest increase. >> piedmont city councilman cast one of five votes last spring to spend $673,000 on 39 cameras in the city. they read license plates of cars arriving from oakland, surrounding piedmont. a big reason crime has been on the rise in these parts. >> well, because it has had more and have notes have left. so discrepancy is more apparent. >> burglary is a problem, but there has been more forceable burglaries. >> no word yet on deterring affect this, looks down on jeff's gas station. >> i think oakland and piedmont could both benefit from this. >> jeff is more qualified to discuss this issue. that sign says welcome to oakland. this sign here? welcome to piedmont. the border
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between two cities runs through his property. >> i don't believe it's a violation of pry vassy. all it does is reads a license plate. >> there are nay sayers in every crowd. ross turner works in oakland he thinks the solution should be more police.. >> i understand the desire to have cameras up there. people are frayed and angry but where does this stop? are we going to have cameras on street corners? my house? where do we draw the line? >> on the border of oakland and piedmont, apparently. >> hundreds of cameras will be stationed on the streets of new york city sunday to monitor the new york city marathon. super storm sandy forced forced cancellation of the marathon
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last spring oochlt the limits coming into this family reunions. whether just new yorkers, fans. it's a great idea to stay away from that area. >> 43 police dogs will be on the ground sniffing for explosives each runner will receive a clear plastic bag for personal items. a celebrated chinese artist is planning a major art exhibition on alcatras, working with national parks sxfs other agencies to get approval. if approved it could open in fall, 2014. so far, very little information about who what the artist plans to show at the former prison the artist jailed by authorities in 2011 and made several art pieces about his time in prison. >> tesla's ceoelan musk is
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taking a page from other billionaires. buying a house across the street from his own massive estate in bel air. the home once owned by actor gene wilder. both zuckerberg just paid to buy properties adjacent to their homes >> coming up, how these three men made it from new york to los angeles under 29 hours. >> plus, world's largest snack maker now mixing sweet with salt. we'll explain. >> today's seven on your side q and a just ahead i'm still taking your questions on twitter and facebook. you can contact me on finney abc7 and twitter, at m finney. >> i'm spencer christian what.
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say don't try this >> three men drove from new york to los angeles with 28 hours, 50 minutes. >> that is nearly three hours better than previous mark. the men filled their car to outsmart the cop asks deal with weather, also had two fuel tanks >> the car's maximum speed? 158 miles per hour with average of 98 miles per hour. google maps says the 2800 mile trip takes 41 hours nonstop if driving at the speed limit. >> i imagine police may want to chat with them. >> i can't believe they got away with no tickets oochlt remarkable. technology working for you. >> chocolate covered potato chips going main stream. >> frito lay announced a plan to
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sell waivy potato chips dipped in chocolate, only through target, ask only through the holidays. >> smaller brands have the chips owe the market. if it is a success, they say they can add more flavors i smell a winner there. >> yes. a british inventor made an is cream that glows in the dark. >> yes. take a look. it is activated when you lick it >> it costs 22 scoop. you stop me at $220 a scoop >> that is ridiculous. >> it is bizarre. let's go to spencer chris chivenlt
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>> yes. looking at live doppler seven hd. sunny skies. what a mild day we've had. speaking of november, taking a look at our november almanac for city of san francisco. average high temperatures 68 degrees we topped that today. average low by the end of the m, 49 degrees. you can see trends over the month of september highest temperatures in november, 86 degrees, lowest, 38 degrees. greatest monthly total almost 10.5 inches. okay, looking at state wide conditions tomorrow, sunny skies and mild from top to bottom. there may be a little bit of showers way up north around eureka. nice, mild, dry applying to the bay area. we'll see passing high clouds but skies will be mainly sunny. high temperatures ranging from low to mid-60s on the coast. mid
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to upper 60s around the bay, low 70s inland. that is lovely, mild, quiet, calm weather for november 2nd. you can't ask for more. but hates been dangerously dry and we're in great need of rainfall. there may be some by the end of the week. >> thank you. >> up next at 4:001 stop center to help families in their toughest times. >> plus, oprah cleans house big items up for sale in a weekend yard sale. >> i'm michael finney. if buying a big ticket item should you pay
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taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at or call 1-800-752-6631. crews broke ground on a justice facility today, the west contra costa county justice center the plan is to build a 7200 square foot building housing
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services who-to-help with domestic violence from emergency shelters to legal and mental health assistance. >> they've made a lot of strides but this is one of the top ten most violent cities in the country. progress is real now. this is just another example of a move and a shift, a new direction in richmond. >> the justice center relies on private donations for funding. >> some are calling garage sale of the century takes place toechlt hundreds of items belonging to oprah winfrey being aufrjed off. an interior designer told her she had stuff that didn't reflect her true style. so now, she's cleaning house. >> this dates to 1840. it's a english lap desk. these came from her chicago studios. you
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get a new chair and you. nearly 600 items up for auction. oprah donating the proceeds to her leadership academy. >> michael finney is here to answer questions. first comes from carolyn. she says my credit card payment is due on thanksgiving this year. will i get another day to pay? >> you do. a law says if your bill, they're allowed to set the date. but if there isn't mail delivery or don't accept it that day, you get until 5:00 p.m the following day, however, really i wouldn't push that. >> yes. >> pay your bill early. >> yes >> christina writes i'm buying a $2,000 tv. i have cash. is there a reason to use a credit card? more protection? >> one, you have 60 days to say you didn't get what you paid
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for. you have extra protection if other guys were jerking you around. a lot of credit cards give you a warranty lasting a year sometimes two years and longer for using the card. that is reason enough. assuming you didn't take your #,000s sxdz pay off the bill and don't. >> that is the key >> amy asks is covered california effected -- affected by the same issues federal web site is having? >> everything you're hearing about in national news make it sound like throughout the nation. no. not here. not at all. no problems the first day we didn't have the problems here. now, coming up on abc7 news at 11:00 i've got a special report on gray charges.
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hidden change that's end up on your credit card bill and your phone bill. i'll show you how to spot them. >> bills get so thick now. you can't figure it out >> we've got two tricks. >> okay. thank you, michael. >> sure >> up next we're learning more about the shooting at lax. a controversial gun show coming to the bay area this weekend. >> what the show owner says about a ban on assault weapons. >> coming up at 5:00 andy lopez, a teenager shot to death by a sheriff's deputy for the first time you're going to hear from his brother, at 5:00. and you heard about the launch of the new ipad. at 5:00 how the debut was interrupted here in the bay area. join us coming up
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a controversial gun show is returning to the bay area. >> buyers and sellers will be back at the cow palace this weekend for the first time since the governor would have vetoed shows at that. >> this is state property. the state has no problem with the shows. >> let the decision making be closer to the people who are affected by the decision. >> this spring, state senator mark leno proposed a bill requiring both supervisors to approve gun shows at the cow palace both went on record opposing gun shows if the bill became law, made thaid be banned here. governor brown vetoed it the show's owner bob templeton says the bill was in the about for the state. >> would have cost taxpayers
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about $1 million to replace the funds the gun show makes for the state >> a gunman fired an ar 15 rifle killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. now, the question ever bang high powered weapons. >> until we can address issues of mental health we're not going to be able to get a handle on stop be these horrible and tragic mass shootings. >> reporter: advocates argue it boils down to a second amendment issue. sean richards says gun shows so close to bay view hunter's point provide gangs with easy access to weapons. >> you can send someone in there to purchase a gun to have a clean background and come back, buy the gun $200 and sell it for
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$800. >> reporter: the show opens this weekend the cow palace parking lot will be filled and thousands will attend. >> thanks for joining us our continuing coverage of the situation in lax one person has been shot and killed we'll let you know when the airport terminal will reopen. >> he said tsa? i just shook my head he kept going. >> terror at lax. >> plus, fire insieftd caldecott tunnel. eight people are hurt and we're live with the latest. >> only thing i can do is keep
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eyes down the hallway. >> the police asked to us get up and run, get out. >> an individual came in to terminal three. pulled a assault rifle out of a bag. and began to open fire. >> if you have a flight we're encouraging to you stay away from the airport because ongoing investigation makes it a very difficult place to come to. >> here is where it happened. los angeles international airport. a man opened fire, killing a tsa agent. >> passengers dove for sxufr flights are still delayed including here at san francisco international airport. good evening. the alleged gunman 23-year-old paul ciancia is expected to die. >> that is according to a note police say he left behind. police say he shot his way past security. >> the lax terminal is closed
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now. this is a live picture. we have live team coverage for you tonight. abc7 news and in san jose. >> now, we're going to go to los angeles and have the latest from brandy hit this, started about 9:30 just been chaos all day long. >> the ripple affect has been enormous. thousands are affected by this. terminal three still should down. here is brandy hit reporting from los angeles. >> reporter: the gunman at los angeles international airport terminal three has been identified as paul ciancia. the suspect wielding what is being describeds as a long gun officials say three people were injured and confirmed there is only one shooter, now in custody. >> it was a loud bang. i mean,
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boom. it was loud. so we just ducked down next thing, nothing but girls around heechlt i stacked the luggage high. >> reporter: almost immediately, first responders set up triage locations and a man wearing a blue tsa uniform could be seen coming out, holding up arms stained with blood. another man wheeled to ambulances inside, the news came to some from an airline official. there was a huge response from airport and local police. officers could be seen with guns drawn. terminals 1, 2, 3 were closed and traffickers were -- travellers were evacuated. >> you can't believe hiding behind a counter, it doesn't seem real. >> car traffic


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