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LAX safety one year after fatal shooting

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A traveler pulls his bags while walking past an LAX sign at Los Angeles International Airport as access roads were closed with flights delayed and cancelled after a gunman reportedly shot 3 people at a security checkpoint on November 1, 2013 in Los angeles, California.
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A traveler pulls his bags while walking past an LAX sign at Los Angeles International Airport as access roads were closed with flights delayed and cancelled after a gunman reportedly shot 3 people at a security checkpoint on November 1, 2013 in Los angeles, California.

Southern California Public Radio's Sharon McNary says passengers, and airport police, wonder whether the airport now is any safer a year after a gunman killed a TSA agent and wounded others.

Saturday marks one year since a gunman opened fire in LAX - killing a TSA agent and wounding several other people.

Southern California Public Radio's Sharon McNary says passengers, and airport police, wonder whether the airport now is any safer. 

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