English: SAN DIEGO (Sept. 11, 2009) (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jake Berenguer/Released)
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An "active shooter" was reported at a San Diego military hospital Tuesday, but an initial sweep of the building in southern California found no evidence a shooting had occurred, officials said.Navy spokesman Jon Nylander told AFP that a single witness had reported hearing three shots in the basement of the building at about 8:00 am (1500 GMT). Local police, assisted by Navy dogs and California Highway Patrol officers, searched the building but there were no immediate signs of a shooting or reports of casualties. The nearby Naval Base San Diego also posted information online about a possible shooting.
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