The TF Green Airport in Rhode Island, USA has been placed under lockdown while emergency services respond to a ‘potential security threat’ after an active shooter was reported to be on the premises.
Taking to X, the airport confirmed it is ‘currently in lockdown as law enforcement addresses a potential security threat’.
A witness took to Twitter to say they were at the airport and it had been shut down due to an ‘active shooter’.
They said ‘SWAT, state police, fire, etc.’were all present.
Local media outlets have reported both state and Warwick Police responded to the airport after being called about a man with a gun in a parking garage.
Warwick Police Chief Bradford Connor speaking to 12 News, said: ‘We received a call of a possible threat at the airport, multiple agencies are investigating now and conducting a search of the parking lots.’