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Oklahoma City Police say at least one person was shot after an incident at Will Rogers World Airport, Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities tell News 9 that the shooting occurred outside of a parking garage.
According to EMSA, one person was transported from the scene in "emergency condition" to OU Medical Center. Police have not said if that person is a victim or the alleged shooter.
An airport spokesman said via Twitter that all inbound and outbound air traffic has been stopped due to the shooting. In addition, OKC Police say they have shut down the airport and are asking those inside to shelter in police as the investigation continues.
The Oklahoma City Police Department has closed the airport.
Those inside the airport have been asked to shelter in place.
All airport arrivals and departures have been suspended until further notice.
The FBI SWAT team has been called to the scene
originally posted by: theantediluvianIn addition, OKC Police say they have shut down the airport and are asking those inside to shelter in police as the investigation continues.
An hourslong manhunt ended when the suspect in the fatal shooting of a Southwest Airlines employee at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. The suspect was found in a truck in a parking garage, said Capt. Paco Balderrama of the Oklahoma City Police Department. The suspect, who was shot in the head, has not been positively identified. Balderrama said the shooting was not random. "It's too early in the investigation to figure out the exact motive, although the crime does appear to be premeditated," he said.