Updated at 10:25 a.m. ET At least three people are dead, including the suspected attacker, after an active shooter situation was reported at Naval Air Station Pensacola Friday morning. Other people who were hurt have been sent to the hospital. Within an hour of the first public alert, the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said, "The shooter is confirmed dead." The U.S. Navy says that an "unknown number" of people were transferred to local hospitals due to injuries from the shooting. The base...
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