— MWAA (@dcairports) September 16, 2013
Entire plane getting updates from Twitter on why we're trapped on the #dca tarmac: Navy yard shooting.
— Susan Page (@SusanPage) September 16, 2013
Around 30 planes were stranded on the tarmac while passengers waited patiently for news.
— Scott Stone (@scottdstone) September 16, 2013
From my view on the DCA Tarmac: ground stop for all planes, helos in the soggy air over Navy Yard. pic.twitter.com/J3hDdjRIl1
— Jordan Whichard (@JordanWhichard) September 16, 2013
Reports coming from the Navy Yard as saying several people have been killed, a shooter is dead but two more remain at large and appear to have escaped the scene.
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Coincidentally, according to Reagan National’s official website, the airport is due to undergo an emergency training drill on the morning of September 21. It’s described as: “Full-Scale Emergency Exercise at Reagan National Saturday, Sept. 21.”