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Dayton, Ohio, shooting: Video shows gunman's deadly path

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 14 August 2019
It is still unclear whether the gunman intended to shoot his sister, Megan Betts. Police revised the number of people injured by gunfire to 17.
 
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News video: New Surveillance Video Shows Dayton Gunman Two Hours Before Mass Shooting

New Surveillance Video Shows Dayton Gunman Two Hours Before Mass Shooting 01:46

Investigators have released new surveillance video of the gunman in the Dayton, Ohio shooting two hours before opening fire on several people at a bar.

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