LAX issues ground stop after false shooter alert
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) issued a ground stop Sunday evening, Aug. 28, after an alert about a possible shooter. The ground stop lasted 30 minutes and caused 27 arriving flights to be diverted. No shooter was found. According to LAX operator Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)...
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