US Air Force base in Arizona on lock down over possible 'gunshot sounds'

By REUTERS
January 23, 2017 19:38

 
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LOS ANGELES - A US Air Force base near Tucson, Arizona has been placed on lock down following unconfirmed reports of "gunshot sounds" heard there, a base spokeswoman said.

No further details of the incident at Davis-Montham Air Force Base were immediately available, the spokeswoman said.

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