NBC News' Richard Engel says witnesses are telling him they saw three suicide bombers.
CNN: Turkish TV reporting there were THREE suicide bombers involved in Ankara terrorism.— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) June 28, 2016
There are reports of explosions and gunfire erupting at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey. Multiple people have been injured in the attack. Two explosions were heard, with gunfire emanating from the airport parking lot. It's been reported that the two suspects appeared to have executed their attack before passing through security. Police fired at the suspects.
We’ll keep you updated in this situation.
"People were running and screaming and panicking," says Ataturk airport attack eyewitness Elita Baumane https://t.co/DzFeFlhCwb— Sky News (@SkyNews) June 28, 2016
BREAKING: Turkish official says 2 explosions rock Istanbul airport, multiple people injured.— The Associated Press (@AP) June 28, 2016
Reuters: 2 suspects blew themselves up at Ataturk airport— Shepard Smith (@ShepNewsTeam) June 28, 2016
Turkish official: two suicide bombers detonated explosives at entrance of int'l terminal of Ataturk airport after police shot at them.— Erin Cunningham (@erinmcunningham) June 28, 2016
Forty It's been lowered to 20 people reportedly injured.
UPDATE II: There are reports that 10 people have been killed in the attack.
Turkish official: 10 dead, excluding two suicide bombers, in attack at entrance to int’l terminal at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport tonight— Mike Giglio (@mike_giglio) June 28, 2016
UPDATE III: Sky News reporting that attacker opened fire with Kalashnikov rifle. A broadcast ban has reportedly been imposed on coverage regarding the attack. The number wounded has been lowered to 20 people
Turkish justice minister: 10 killed in suicide bomb attacks at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport this evening. 20 wounded.— Erin Cunningham (@erinmcunningham) June 28, 2016
Turkish minister says Istanbul airport attacker opened fire with Kalashnikov rifle; two suspects blew themselves up https://t.co/9Uj0Hy4onM— Sky News (@SkyNews) June 28, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: Broadcast ban imposed on coverage of Ataturk Airport attack.— Breaking News Feed (@pzf) June 28, 2016
UPDATE IV: State Department issued a travel warning yesterday.
Just yesterday, US State Dept issued Turkey travel warning: pic.twitter.com/8JhJjTEF28— Shepard Smith (@ShepNewsTeam) June 28, 2016
UPDATE V: There’s footage of one of the explosions at Ataturk Airport. Sky News now reporting that there are at least 60 wounded, with six having very serious injuries. They also reported a witness told NBC News that a police officer had wrestled with one of the attackers before detonating an explosive device. CNN added that a Turkish official has risen the death toll to 28 people.
Turkish official say three suicide bombers at Istanbul Airport have killed at least 28 people and injured 60.— Cheri Mossburg (@CNN_Cheri) June 28, 2016
UPDATE VI: Christine jumping in here for Matt. A new revised death toll puts the number of deaths at 31, with an additional 147 people injured. Nobody has claimed responsibility yet. The death toll is expected to rise.