Stop the Killing
Stop the Killing
Oct 11, 2021
Episode 4 - THE NAVY YARD SHOOTING
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This week Katherine and Sarah discuss the shooting at a U.S. military building in the Washington Navy Yard. It was the site of a terrible shooting by an employee on September 16th, 2013.

A 34 year old man drove into the building and went inside, armed with a sawed-off Remington shot.

He stepped out of the men's bathroom on the fourth floor and he just simply walked down the hallway and started hunting for people to shoot.

One of the many reasons that the shooter was able to roam freely hunting for over an hour was because the building had no address for first responders to find on a map.

 Ask yourself, would you know how to direct emergency response units to you at your work?

 

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