TSA looks into emergency procedures after shooting

11/15/2013 | USA Today

The Transportation Security Administration is looking into emergency-response procedures after the fatal shooting of a TSA officer in Los Angeles on Nov. 1. Police responded within four minutes after receiving a call from an airline contractor, but no one at TSA pushed a panic button at the checkpoint because the gunman was still shooting in the area, according to this article.

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