An “accidental discharge” of a firearm at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport induced chaos for travelers on Saturday.

Officials introduced there was not an active shooter, after quite a few social media posts indicated that passengers have been evacuating elements of America’s busiest airport.

“There was an accidental discharge at the Airport,” the airport stated from its official Twitter account. “There is no danger to passengers or employees. An investigation is ongoing, more information will be published on this channel.”

Atlanta Police Sergeant Jarius Daugherty instructed Fox News the unintended discharge might have been close to the primary safety checkpoint, and that no accidents have been reported.

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“Officers are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident,” Daugherty stated.

Video posted to Twitter from person @JamariJones_ATL reveals folks ducking and crawling on the bottom.

Another person, @kevinhelgren, stated he was “walking towards security in Atlanta airport when folks told me to stop walking.”

“Was calm for 5 mins, then everyone started running and screaming. Took train one stop north. Haven’t received info,” he wrote.

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A 3rd person, @DianneCallaha16, stated she heard screams and sirens whereas folks have been boarding a flight to New York.

FlightAware did not show notable delays at Hartsfield-Jackson after the incident.

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