DEVELOPING: Woman Shot After Firing Several Rounds Inside Dallas Love Field Airport
A shooting was reported at Dallas Love Field Airport Monday morning.
According to Dallas police, a 37-year-old woman was shot after firing several rounds inside Dallas Love Field Airport.
NBCDFW reported that the woman was dropped off at the airport and immediately walked into a bathroom where she changed her clothing.
The woman walked out of the bathroom wearing a hoodie and began shooting at the ceiling before police shot her in her ‘lower extremities.’
The woman was transported from the airport and taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital where her condition is unknown.
No other injuries were reported.
Dallas Love Field ordered an evacuation.
Just got evacuated out of Love Field after an apparent shooting. Family is safe. TSA did a great job.
— Chief Max Geron (@ChiefGeron) July 25, 2022
People were running and yelling “run” and took cover after the shooting.
@DallasLoveField what just happened? A group of people were running and yelling “run” and we all immediately took cover. Nothing has been communicated to us. Everything seems to be calm now. It was most certainly a scary experience for all. @SouthwestAir pic.twitter.com/zU7QLhFV4C
— Johnny Mojica (@johnnyamojica) July 25, 2022
A woman pulled out a gun inside Dallas Love Field Airport late Monday morning and began shooting toward the ceiling, Dallas police say. The woman was confronted and shot by officers. No other injuries have been reported.
Dallas Chief of Police Eddie Garcia said the woman, identified only as a 37-year-old, was dropped off at the airport just before 11 a.m. and that once inside she went into a restroom and changed clothes.
Garcia said the woman exited the restroom wearing a hoody, pulled out a gun and started firing several shots. Most of the shots, Garcia said, appeared to be directed toward the ceiling.
Officers inside the airport confronted the woman and shot her in her lower extremities. The woman was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital in an unknown condition. No further information about her or the motivation behind the shooting or who dropped her off at the airport is known.
Cell phone video shared with NBC 5 showed travelers on the ground, behind chairs at the gates and sheltering in place while the shooting unfolded.
The investigation is ongoing and Garcia said he expects elements to change as more is learned about what happened. Agents with the Dallas FBI’s field office were seen at the airport along with Dallas Police. The FAA told NBC 5 that the incident is a police matter.
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