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Carson City Shootings
Carson City Shootings

AIR DATE: September 12, 2011

A shooting at a Carson City IHOP restaurant on Tuesday left five people dead including members of the Nevada National Guard. The incident is being described by locals as something "that doesn't happen" in a place like Northern Nevada. The incident happened around 9 a.m. when a lone gunman drove to a shopping mall, shot a motorcyclist and then entered the restaurant and started shooting. We're joined by Reno Gazette Journal Reporter, Martha Bellisle for an update on the shooting and how the community is reacting.
Martha Bellisle, reporter, RGJ
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