One of the TSA officers shot during last Friday's deadly shooting at Los Angeles International Airport spoke out about the incident.
Officer Tony Grigsby used a cane to hobble to the microphones outside his home and told reporters he had seen the alleged gunman Paul Ciancia opening fire on others when the gun suddenly was pointed at him.
"I was injured while helping an elder man try to get to a safe area. I turned around and there was a gunman, and he shot me twice."
Grigsby said he was shot in the foot, but his main concern was trying to help others get away from the gunfire.
He choked up when he talked about his friend, TSA Officer Gerardo Hernandez, who was shot and killed in the incident.
In related news, California Senator Dianne Feinstein said Friday's deadly shooting at LAX shows the necessity for an assault weapons ban,
"The weapon was a .223 MP15. The MP stands for 'military police' clearly not designed for general consumption.'"
On CBS' "Face The Nation," Feinstein added that it was the same kind of gun used in the Aurora, Colorado mass shooting last year.
Feinstein said she would put together a bill banning such weapons, but added that such a measure would be very hard to pass.
Back in January of this year, she introduced the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013, but the measure stalled on Capitol Hill.