LOS ANGELES —
The lack of quicker aid at the airport prompted the head of the TSA officers' union, J. David Cox Sr., to say he was appalled, and a local union official said a more timely response might have saved Hernandez's life.
Several agencies are investigating the response to the incident, including whether paramedics should have been allowed into the terminal sooner to attend to the wounded.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating whether one of its officers improperly told other responders that Hernandez was dead when he checked on him five minutes after the shooting.
Ciancia, who was released from the hospital this week, has been charged with murder. He could face the death penalty if convicted.