Flooding at LAX forces passengers out of Terminal 2

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Heavy rains caused mayhem for travelers Tuesday after flooding in an international arrivals area of the Los Angeles International Airport forced passengers out of Terminal 2.

According to a tweet by the airport, the customs area of Terminal 2 was flooded. Arriving passengers were being bused to Tom Bradley International Terminal.

The airport advised that people picking up passengers from Terminal 2 could meet them at the lower arrivals level of Tom Bradley.

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