Store employees look out their door next to the Reserve Recruitment Center as the area is cordoned off after a shooting on Thursday, July 16, 2015 in Chattanooga, Tenn. (Tim Barber/Chattanooga Times Free Press via AP)
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A US official says five are dead in the Tennessee shooting, including 4 Marines and sole gunman.Earlier Thursdays reports had a gunman opening fire at a U.S. military recruiting center in Tennessee. Erica White witnessed the shooting through the window of a hair salon two doors down from the recruiting center.The incident was reminiscent of a 2009 shooting at a recruiting center in Arkansas in which one soldier was killed and another injured.It said the shooting did not affect the nearby naval reserve base.However, it appears the shooting was limited to the recruiting center and that the gunman was taken down at a second location.
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