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Loud noise mistaken for gunfire threw Los Angeles International Airport into chaos Sunday night as passengers fled onto the tarmac, causing confusion and massive delays. Authorities have confirmed that reports of an active shooter were erroneous. How will the incident affect travel Monday? NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY.