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Fears of gunfire, false alarms and a real auto accident brought minutes of chaos and hours of delays to Los Angeles International Airport, where frayed nerves remained three weeks after a gunman killed one person and injured three others. Some 2,000 people were evacuated from two terminals, hundreds more were affected, dozens of flights were delayed, and a few were diverted Friday night as the string of incidents unfolded, airport officials said. Some travelers were nervous and police were on high alert at the airport after the Nov. 1 shooting attack. "With what recently just occurred here, everybody's still a little bit on edge," Guardado said.