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Navy Yard Shootings Update: 13 Confirmed Dead Including Suspected Gunman Aaron Alexis

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More details are emerging surrounding the deadly shootings that took place this morning in our nation's capital, and none of them make the situation any less tragic!

Authorities upped the death total to 13 and identified a man they think was responsible, but they still haven't said definitively whether they believe more suspects are currently at large.

Police say they've identified the suspected gunman who was killed today during the Washington Navy Yard firefight as Aaron Alexis, a 34-year-old Navy veteran discharged from service after a shooting incident but apparently later hired by a government subcontractor.

According to Navy sources, Aaron was also once awarded both the National Defense Service Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. Other sources say he was also enrolled in college courses this semester.

As for whether District police are still chasing other suspects, it's still very unclear!

Earlier today D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said they were searching for two additional suspects dressed in fatigues, but they've reportedly found and cleared one of those potential suspects since then and haven't said whether they're still searching for another.

President Barack Obama offered his sentiments earlier and is currently asking all government agencies to fly flags at half-mast in the wake of these senseless shootings.

Our thoughts and sincerest well-wishes continue to go out to all those affected by these horrific slayings.

We will of course keep you updated as soon as any new information is uncovered.

[Image via Fort Worth Police Department/Twitter.]

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12 Confirmed Dead In Navy Yard Shootings

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We had hoped the death toll would remain low in the Washington Navy Yard shootings, but it turns out to be worse than we feared.

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier has officially confirmed that there have been 12 known fatalities at the hands of the shooter.

A number of other injuries have also been reported, including to police officers.

As we previously reported, one gunman has been killed, but police are on the lookout for two more possible shooters- a white male and a black male, both between the ages of 40 and 50.

The FBI is now leading that ongoing investigation.

No motive is yet known for the killings, but our hearts go out to the families of the dozen innocents we lost today.

[Image via Twitter.]

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Navy Yard Gunman Shoots Ten, Reports Of Fatalities Confirmed

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The shooter at the Washington Navy Yard is still active, but according to reports, he is barricaded in a building on base, possibly pinned down between floors.

The gunman who first opened fire over an hour ago has shot at least ten people - two police and eight civilians - according to police. We do not yet know the severity of their wounds.

Sadly, the U.S. Navy has confirmed there were fatalities, though the number is not yet known:

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Active Shooter Opens Fire At Washington, D.C. Navy Yard

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Oh no! A gunman is terrorizing the Washington Navy Yard!

FBI and District Police report at least one victim as a shooter armed with a rifle has opened fire on the Washington, D.C. landmark.

According to Navy sources, three shots were fired at the Naval Sea Systems Command Headquarters this morning. The shooter is still at large.

3,000 people work at the Navy Yard. Our thoughts are with them now.

More details to come as they become available.


The U.S. Navy is now reporting multiple people wounded:

We can only hope it doesn't go any further than this.

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