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Deadly shooting at Washington mall

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Bellingham SWAT officers are seen at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Bellingham SWAT officers are seen at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Bellingham SWAT officers are seen at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Washington State Trooper Mark Francis speaks to the media at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Washington State Trooper Mark Francis speaks to the media at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Washington State Trooper Mark Francis speaks to the media at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Authorities are shown at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are shown at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are shown at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Authorities are seen at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are seen at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are seen at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight

Authorities are pictured at the Cascade Mall following reports of an active shooter in Burlington, Washington. REUTERS/Matt Mills McKnight
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