Two Virginia TV journalists shot dead during interview at plaza

By REUTERS
August 26, 2015 16:15

 
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Two television journalists were shot and killed on Wednesday morning during an interview at a lakeside shopping and recreational sports plaza in Moneta, Virginia, WDBJ-7 News reported.

WDBJ's reporter Alison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27, who were engaged to be married, were covering a story at Bridgewater Plaza when shots rang out, the Virginia station reported in a live broadcast streamed on its website.

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