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"Terminal Is Secure" - Police Report After Shots Fired At Dallas Love Field Airport

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by Tyler Durden
Monday, Jul 25, 2022 - 04:57 PM

Update (1300ET): Police are saying that "the terminal is secure"

Dallas Police have confirmed the shooter was a 37-year-old woman (how did they know it's a woman, are they biologists?) who fired multiple shots near the ticket counter.

She was the only one injured, wounded by a quick-responding officer, and has been taken to hospital.

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Passengers are sheltering and/or evacuating...

Police are currently responding to reports of shots fired at Dallas Love Field airport...

Dallas Fire-Rescue confirmed to NBC 5 that one person was transported from the airport to a hospital.

The extent of that person's injuries is not yet known and we don't yet know anything about who that person is.

Rockwall Police Chief Max Geron, a former Dallas Police Department commander, tweeted about 11:20 a.m. that he "just got evacuated of Love Field after an apparent shooting."

"Family is safe," Geron tweeted. "TSA did a great job."

All flights inbound to Dallas Love are currently being held at their departure location until 12:30 p.m., the FAA says.

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