A Transportation Security Administration agent was shot and killed and several other people were wounded when a gunman opened fire in a Los Angeles International Airport terminal Nov. 1. The attack caused widespread chaos at the airport, with flights delayed and thousand of passengers left stranded on the streets in and around the airport.
(Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
Join Times staff writer Robert J. Lopez for a discussion Monday morning on Los Angeles fire officials dramatically changing how rescuers respond to mass shootings.
The move comes after the shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport last month in which a gunman with a high-powered rifle mortally wounded a federal security officer.
Lopez reports that the "new goal is to have Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics and firefighters, protected by armed law enforcement teams, rapidly enter potentially dangerous areas during active shooting incidents to treat victims and get them en route to hospital trauma centers."
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