Who is Portia Odufuwa shooter Dallas Love Field? Woman Shot After Opening Fire

Late Monday morning, a woman pulled out a gun at Dallas Love Field Airport and began shooting at the ceiling, the Dallas Police Department said. Witnesses said the woman was shot and killed by police in the face, yelling for her marriage. No other injuries were reported.

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The woman, identified by police as 37-year-old Portia Odufuwa on Monday afternoon, was taken to the airport just before 11 a.m., and after she entered, Dallas Police Chief Eddie Garcia said. Go to the bathroom and look around.

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Garcia said the woman left the bathroom wearing a hoodie or something different from when she came in, drew a gun and fired multiple shots. Garcia said most of the footage appeared to be aimed at the ceiling.

“At this point, we don’t know what the person’s exact goals are. From what we’ve seen, her goals are the ceiling,” Garcia said. “Multiple bullets found.”

Officers working inside confronted the woman at around 11:23 a.m. and shot her in the lower extremity, according to the airport. The woman was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital in an unknown condition. Police have yet to confirm more information about her or the motive behind the shooting or who sent her to the airport.

Mobile phone video shared with NBC 5 shows travelers on the ground hiding behind chairs at the door during the filming.

The investigation is ongoing, and Garcia said he expects the situation to change as more is learned about what happened. Dallas police said they did not plan to issue any statement before Tuesday afternoon. The Dallas FBI and ATF are assisting Dallas police with their investigation. The FAA told NBC 5 that the incident was a police matter.

Colby James told NBC 5 on Monday afternoon that he was standing next to the woman when she pulled out a gun and started shooting.

The woman said she had an announcement to make and spoke about her husband’s infidelity, James said.

“She basically said that her statement about talking about her husband was cheating or something. She basically said she was going to blow up the bastard. And then she drew her gun. She fired the first shot in the air, basically every Everyone’s gone,” James said. “We ran. After that, 10 or 12 shots.”