UPDATE: The suspect has been found dead due to self-inflicted wounds in a truck outside the airport. The airport is still on lockdown as the investigation is ongoing.
The Oklahoma City Police Department has identified one of the victims in today’s shooting at Will Rogers World Airport as Michael Winchester, an employee of Southwest Airlines. 52-year-old Winchester has since died from his wounds.
Authorities were originally looking for a second victim, but now believe there is only one.
The airport remains closed at this time as we prepare to move people out of the airport.
— OKC Police Dept (@okcpd) November 15, 2016
The search continues for the shooter as the airport is slowly evacuated.
Police in Oklahoma City are responding to reports of a shooting at Will Rogers World Airport where up to two victims are feared shot.
First responders indicated that at least one person was taken to the hospital in “emergency condition.” It isn’t known whether or not this was the shooter.
KFOR Oklahoma is reporting the possible two victims were shot in different locations around the airport.
Inbound air and ground traffic to the airport has been suspended, according to News9.
@okcpd investigating the report of a shooting on WRWA property. All inbound traffic to the airport has been stopped. Further info to come.
— Will Rogers Airport (@fly_okc) November 15, 2016