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‘Active shooter’ situation, shots fired at New Jersey UPS facility, police say

FOXNews.com Monday, 14 January 2019
‘Active shooter’ situation, shots fired at New Jersey UPS facility, police sayNew Jersey police rushed to a United Parcel Service facility Monday morning amid an "active shooter situation," with authorities confirming to Fox News that "shots have been fired."
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News video: Armed Man At New Jersey UPS Facility Shot By Police, No Other Injuries Reported

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A standoff at a UPS processing facility in southern New Jersey ended on Monday when police shot an armed man who had taken two people hostage. According to Reuters, the two hostages were not injured and the wounded suspect was rushed to a hospital. UPS issued a statement praising the police for how...

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