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Shooting at Florida Naval Base Leaves 4 Dead, Many Injured

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Shooting at Florida Naval Base Leaves 4 Dead, Many Injured

Shooting at Florida Naval Base Leaves 4 Dead, Many Injured

Shooting at Florida Naval Base Leaves 4 Dead, Many Injured.

The incident occurred at Naval Air Station Pensacola.

The suspected gunman has been reported dead after exchanging gunfire with police.

U.S. Defense officials say the suspect was a Saudi military trainee.

Several people were reported to have been injured in the shooting.

Investigators say it is too early to determine if the motive was terror-related.

Florida Gov.

Ron DeSantis commented on the situation.

This is a dark day for a very great place, Florida Gov.

Ron DeSantis, via statement.

The Florida shooting comes two days after another in Hawaii's Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.

That incident left three people dead, including the gunman

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