3:20 p.m. to 3:45 p.k. – In case you missed it, here’s what happened at the Vancouver International Airport on the day of the deadly terror attack
Two explosions went off at the airport around 3:30 p.c.
Monday, causing injuries to two people and injuring others, police said.
The airport was shut down for about two hours as emergency responders investigated.
One of the victims suffered non-life-threatening injuries, while the other person was taken to hospital for treatment, according to RCMP.
The first explosion was heard by a passerby near the baggage claim area, while people near the airport evacuated.
The second explosion was in the baggage area of a luggage terminal and a person was treated for minor injuries.
The third explosion, which occurred in the airport’s main baggage claim and the terminal itself, went off shortly after 3 p.g., sending people fleeing in panic, police told CBC News.
The bomb squad was called to the scene and found that there were no explosives in the explosion.
The two people who were injured were in stable condition.
Police are still searching for a person of interest.