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Police say gunman who shot and wounded 6 Philadelphia police officers is in custody after hourslong standoff

Seattle Times Thursday, 15 August 2019
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Police say gunman who shot and wounded 6 Philadelphia police officers is in custody after hourslong standoff.
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News video: Philadelphia shootout ends with 6 officers wounded

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A suspect in a police shooting standoff that left six officers wounded in Philadelphia was taken into custody early on Thursday (August 15). Ryan Brooks reports.

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