Gunman in custody after fatal airport shooting

By REUTERS
January 6, 2017 23:08

 
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Fort Lauderdale airport under lock-down Friday - after a gunman opened fire killing at least five people and injuring 8 before being taken into custody.

Media reports describe the attacker in custody as a slender man in his 20's -wearing a Star Wars T-shirt, who opened fire at the baggage claim area of Terminal two.One eye witness telling MSNBC "He didn't say anything, he was quiet the whole time, he didn't yell anything".



Security officials corralled passengers underneath jetways and on the runway apron.

Florida Governor Rick Scott is en route to Fort Lauderdale for the latest briefing by law enforcement police.

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