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TSA Agent's Life Honored After Shooting At LAX Killed Him

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. (CBS) - The TSA agent killed in the line of duty during the shooting at Los Angeles International Airport was honored with a special ceremony.

Gerardo Hernandez was working at terminal four of LAX when Paul Ciancia stormed the terminal and opened fire.

The city fire department did a water canon salute as the National Honor flag, which read "In Memory of Gerardo Hernandez" arrived from Texas.

Law enforcement from other agencies saluted and paid tribute to him, as well.

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