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Bahamas Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Ft Lauderdale Airport Shooting
Jan 6, 2017 - 4:42:18 PM

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The Bahamas Consulate General in Miami has been in touch with authorities to determine if any Bahamian citizens were in any way involved or affected by the shooting this morning at the Ft Lauderdale International Airport in the Air Canada and Delta terminal.

We await word and will update the country as events unfold.

Bahamasair does not operate from the terminal where the shooting took place but all operations at the airport including those of Bahamasair are for the moment discontinued. Bahamasair reports to the Consulate General that all employees are accounted for. Furthermore, all staff of The Bahamas Consulate and Bahamas Tourist Office are accounted for.

The events at the airport are still active.

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