Those Wounded In LAX Shooting Rampage Continue To Recuperate
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The people wounded in Friday’s shooting rampage at LAX continue to recuperate, according to officials.
Two TSA agents who were also injured Friday have been released from the hospital.
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The TSA identified the injured men as 36-year-old Tony Grigsby and 54-year-old James Speer.
One of Grigsby’s neighbors, Randy Gill, told KCAL9’s Cristy Fajardo that his neighbor “didn’t look too good.”
He described Grigsby as a hard-working man who takes care of his mother.
Gill said he remains shocked that Grigsby was one of those shot.
“He was just doing his job,” said Gill. “You’d think he would be safe at his job.”
Meanwhile, Calabasas High School teacher Brian Ludmer — who was shot in the leg — remains in fair condition at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Ludmer posed for a photo from his hospital bed with Las Virgenes School Superintendent Dr. Daniel Stepenosky.
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Two other people sustained injuries running away from the gunfire but were not shot.
The alleged gunman, 23-year-old Paul Ciancia, remains unconscious and under guard at UCLA. He was shot four times, including one gunshot to the head.
The FBI has yet to interrogate him.