No shots fired at Navy Yard in Washington, according to media

By REUTERS
July 2, 2015 16:35

 
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WASHINGTON - No shots were fired at the US Navy Yard in Washington on Thursday morning, local media said, citing unidentified sources, after the facility was placed on lockdown due to reports of a possible shooter.

Local affiliates of NBC and CBS said no shots were fired. The US Navy said earlier on Thursday that the area was on lockdown with orders to shelter in place, but it said no incident could be confirmed.

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