KENNER, La. (AP) — Authorities say there's no immediate update on the condition of an alleged attacker who had surgery for his wounds after being shot three times at New Orleans international airport by a sheriff's lieutenant.

Officials say the man sprayed wasp killer and swung a machete at TSA agents and passengers before being shot by law enforcement. No one else was seriously injured.

Sheriff Newell Normand in suburban New Orleans' Jefferson Parish says 62-year-old Richard White approached a security checkpoint Friday evening and sprayed insecticide at agents and passengers before pulling out a large machete.

Normand says White began swinging the machete and was chasing a female TSA agent when Lt. Heather Slyve fired three rounds, striking White in the face, chest and leg.

A TSA agent also was hit in the arm by a bullet, but authorities say the wound isn't life-threatening.

White went into surgery at a hospital overnight, Normand said. There was no immediate update on his condition early Saturday.

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.