UPDATE 7:39 p.m. EST
The suspect in Tuesday's shooting at an airport in Oklahoma City was found dead in a truck, according to police.
Will Rogers World Airport has resumed operations after being closed for several hours due to the shooting.
Suspect from Airport shooting is confirmed deceased, found inside a vehicle; name not released at this time. See Facebook for live feed.— Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) November 16, 2016
UPDATE 5:09 p.m. EST
Oklahoma City Police tweeted Tuesday saying one person has died as a result of the shooting at Will Rogers Airport.
The victim was identified as Southwest Airlines employee, Michael Winchester.
The airport remains closed at this time and police are beginning to move people outside.
The deceased victim from Will Rogers Airport has been identified as Michael Winchester, an employee of Southwest Airlines.— Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) November 15, 2016
UPDATE 3:15 p.m. EST
A spokesperson with Will Rogers Airport tweeted saying the police department believes this was an isolated incident.
Captain Paco Balderrama with the Oklahoma Police Department told reporters that the incident happened in the airport's parking lot.
At this point they have one victim confirmed and are looking for a second reported victim.
WATCH | Here's the latest on the shooting from Captain Paco Balderrama.
Oklahoma City Police say at least one person was shot at Will Rogers World Airport.
Authorities responded to a shots fired call at approximately 12:50 p.m.
The police department confirmed on Twitter that one person was shot, but did not release any further details.
We have confirmed one victim shot at Will Rogers Airport. Please avoid going to the airport at this time. We will keep you posted.— Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) November 15, 2016
It is still unclear whether the shooter has been detained.
An airport spokesperson posted onTwitter saying that all inbound air traffic has been stopped due to the incident.
The airport is also asking that travelers avoid the area.
We have closed Will Rogers Airport at this time. If you are inside of the airport, shelter in place until advised otherwise.— Oklahoma City Police (@OKCPD) November 15, 2016
Police advised all those inside the airport to take shelter until further notice.
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