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Injured TSA worker: 'All I could think about was helping' people
Injured TSA worker: 'All I could think about was helping' people

A Transportation Security Administration worker injured in the deadly shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport spoke to reporters for the first time Monday, saying his first thought was to help the passengers around him. Tony Grigsby, 36, limped from the front door of his South L.A. home to a microphone stand, a brace on his right foot and cane in his right hand. He was flanked by his mother and grandmother as he spoke to reporters, with other family members nearby. Grigsby, a behavior detection officer, said he joined the TSA in December 2004 "to protect people." After gunfire erupted in LAX's Terminal 3 early Friday, he said, he was helping an elderly man...

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