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U.S. Navy yard in Virginia says shooter report was false alarm

Reuters Thursday, 14 February 2019
U.S. Navy yard in Virginia says shooter report was false alarmNorfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia, was placed on lockdown on Thursday after reports of an active shooter, but authorities later said it was a false alarm.
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According to Reuters, Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia, was on lockdown on Thursday after initial reports of an active shooter situation. On Facebook, the shipyard said that “All personnel should remain sheltered in place. We will provide updates as more information becomes...

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