In early November of 2013, the Los Angeles Airport experienced a shooting in terminal three, which killed one TSA agent and injured several others. An internal LAX’s review found that “officials had an inadequate emergency alert and warning system, failed to focus on incident command basics and fell short in communicating to passengers”. The review also identified that “there needs to be a continuing emphasis on incident command basics and that public mass notification at the airport ‘was lacking.” Read More
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