EU: Los Angeles Airport suffers a blackout; flights are delayed

After a few days ago the Federal Aviation Administration ordered the total suspension of flights by an alleged armed person, again the Los Angeles Airport, In the United States, it is in the eye of the hurricane, since a blackout was registered on Monday, November 1, so users were affected.

“We are evaluating an increase in power at LAX. Although many systems have come back online, there may be other impacts as crews respond and reestablish service, ”the Airport detailed through its social networks.

Similarly, citizens were informed to be aware of updates, so security personnel will provide support.

For his part, Department of Water and Energy it stays active to discover the cause of the blackout.

While power is being restored, authorities noted that the Terminal 6 it is kept running with a backup generator, so users were asked to be aware of the status of the flights.

“Terminal 6 has backup power, but is still affected by tonight’s power issues, including flight delays. If you are traveling from T6, check the status of your flight with your airline. The teams are working to restore the power completely ”, it is read in the official channels of the Airport.

Trouble in Los Angeles

Regarding the altercation that took place in the Los Angeles Airport, It turned out that it was the same passengers who alerted about the presence of an armed subject.

Later, the corresponding authorities evacuated approximately 300 people from Terminal 1.

The movement took place around 7:30 p.m., local time. The police that surrounded the place arrested a couple of people and it was announced that no shots were fired but no weapons were confiscated. The report was confirmed by the airport’s official Twitter account.

During the evacuation, two injured people were reported, for which they were treated by the Los Angeles Fire Department.


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