UCLA Medical Center: 2 Victims Have Gunshot Wounds

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Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman reports on the latest developments in today's LAX shooting. He speaks with Julie Hyman on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

That were taken there.

What can you tell us?

Well, julie, we do know that at the previous press conference, when most of the details of what happened today came out, we were informed that seven patients were treated.

Six transported to hospitals.

What we learned about ucla medical center is that three patients were taken there, all males, two in fair condition, one in critical condition.

Two of them suffering gunshot wounds.

Also, the american federation of government employees, which is the union which represents airport screeners, confirmed to bloomberg news the death of a t.s.a. agent.

For those who don't know how things played out today, what we were told by the head of police at l.a.x. is that at around 9:20 local time today an individual came in to terminal 3 at the airport, pulled an assault rifle out of a bag, opened fire, went to the screener area.

Went past the screener area into the airport.

Was engaged in gunfire and authorities believe him to be a lone shooter this this.

A quick update as well, julie, on flights.

Flight aware says that l.a.-bound flight hold is extending until 5:00 eastern time.

L.a. departure delays averaging about 40 minutes right now.

Some airlines, delta, for example, waiving rebooking fees until november 4. john, just quickly, any kind of update on the shooter himself, whether he's in custody, whether he's injured, etc.

? there have not been official details shared yet.

We do know that the f.b.i. is leading this investigation and is treating it as an ongoing investigation.

Jon erlichman in los angeles, thanks so much.

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