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A passenger carrieshis bags at Los Angeles International Airport on November 1, 2013 after a gunman reportedly opened fire at a security checkpoint. The shooting at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday killed one man, aged around 40 years old, the local coroner's office said. LA County Coroner's Office spokesman Craig Harvey would not confirm reports that the man was a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent at the airport. 'Approx. 40 year old male, pronounced (dead) at 1100 hours at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center,' Harvey told AFP in an email. 'Reported as gunshot wound. Unknown role in the incident.' Seven people were injured, including six taken to hospital, the head of the LA Fire Department James Featherstone said earlier, briefing reporters for the first time a couple of hours after the incident. AFP PHOTO/FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
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A passenger carrieshis bags at Los Angeles International Airport on November 1, 2013 after a gunman reportedly opened fire at a security checkpoint. The shooting at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday killed one man, aged around 40 years old, the local coroner's office said. LA County Coroner's Office spokesman Craig Harvey would not confirm reports that the man was a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent at the airport. 'Approx. 40 year old male, pronounced (dead) at 1100 hours at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center,' Harvey told AFP in an email. 'Reported as gunshot wound. Unknown role in the incident.' Seven people were injured, including six taken to hospital, the head of the LA Fire Department James Featherstone said earlier, briefing reporters for the first time a couple of hours after the incident. AFP PHOTO/FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
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A passenger carrieshis bags at Los Angeles International Airport on... News Photo 1865646782013 Los Angeles Airport Shooting,Airport,Bag,California,City Of Los Angeles,Customs,Fire,Gunman,Horizontal,LAX Airport,Law,Open,Passenger,Security,USAPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA passenger carrieshis bags at Los Angeles International Airport on November 1, 2013 after a gunman reportedly opened fire at a security checkpoint. The shooting at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday killed one man, aged around 40 years old, the local coroner's office said. LA County Coroner's Office spokesman Craig Harvey would not confirm reports that the man was a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent at the airport. 'Approx. 40 year old male, pronounced (dead) at 1100 hours at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center,' Harvey told AFP in an email. 'Reported as gunshot wound. Unknown role in the incident.' Seven people were injured, including six taken to hospital, the head of the LA Fire Department James Featherstone said earlier, briefing reporters for the first time a couple of hours after the incident. AFP PHOTO/FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)