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4 Dead After Shooting at Nashville-Area Waffle House: Police

Four people are dead and police are searching for a gunman after a shooting a Nashville-area Waffle House early Sunday, authorities said.Metro Nashville Police said the gunman began shooting a rifle about 3 a.m. at the Antioch restaurant. According to witnesses, police said, the gunman arrived in a pick-up truck and opened fire outside before walking into the Waffle House. Easy Fixes to City Streets Could Save Taxpayers Millions: Attorney Three people died at the scene and a fourth died at a local hospital, police said. The front window of the restaurant was shot out, and some people had cuts on their faces.A patron who attempted to flee the restaurant struggled with the gunman for the firearm, according to police. The patron grabbed the gun from the man and tossed it behind the counter, officials added, and the gunman fled. Escondido’s Crime Rate Drops Sharply; Fall in Property Crime a Major Factor Witnesses saw the man leave the restaurant and shed his jacket, which had additional ammunition in it, police said. Several police dogs were tracking the gunman.A motive has not yet been determined. Local Doctor Accused of Sexually Abusing Eight Patients Police named Travis Reinking from Illinois as a person of interest and said the vehicle the gunman arrived in is registered to Reinking.This story is developing. Refresh the page for updates.Photo Credit: AP, File
Source: NBC San Diego

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