Transcript for Officials Shut Down Oklahoma City Airport After Fatal Shooting
In the meantime, we do turn next to the other news this Tuesday night, and an American airport on lockdown for much of this afternoon. A deadly shooting at the will Rogers airport in Oklahoma City. Passengers told to shelter in place. The suspect on the loose, police searching car to car in the parking lot there. A complete ground stop, paralyzing the airport. And ABC's Phillip Mena is in Oklahoma City tonight. Reporter: Tonight, the manhunt for a suspected gunman at Oklahoma City's airport. They just ground stopped the airport, they've got some situation going on here. Reporter: Just before 1:00 P.M., shots fired in the parking lot. A victim has been shot on the sidewalk outside the southwest ticket counter. Reporter: The victim fataling shooting 52-year-old Michael Winchester. A pool of blood seen from above in the departure area. We're just getting told to halt a all operations, suspend arriving. Reporter: Officials shutting down the airport. Telling everyone to shelter in place. Some passengers stuck on planes for hours. Officers in tactical gear, going car to car, searching for the suspect, and a possible second victim. We've done a basic sweep of the entire airport. We've done a basic sweep of the entire parking lot area, all the levels, but obviously, until we can either find the suspect, we're not going to be satisfied. Reporter: David, this is still a very active scene. The airport remains closed, and planes still grounded at this hour while authorities search for the gunman. David?
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