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Sport Nationals players safe following reports of active shooter at Nationals Park

22:13  28 july  2020
22:13  28 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Washington Nationals players were ordered to remain in their hotel rooms and apartments near Nationals Park on Tuesday following reports of an active shooter in the area.

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Police swarmed the area surrounding Nationals Park early Tuesday afternoon due to a possible active shooter situation. It was later determined that a man shot himself and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Photos on social media showed a heavy police presence around Nationals Park.

Police have yet to release more information about the incident.

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