4 Marines Killed in Tennessee Attack

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chattanooga, Tennessee[Update below.] Two U.S. military recruiting centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, were attacked by a gunman Thursday morning. A city spokeswoman confirmed that four people were killed during the attacks.

An Army recruiting center on Lee Highway was hit with what appears to be a dozen or more gunshots.

The same suspect is believed to have then traveled to a nearby Navy recruiting center and shot a police officer. The suspect is reportedly dead, and the police officer is said to be in stable condition.

UPDATE:

Four U.S. Marines were killed and three others injured Thursday when a gunman identified as Muhammad Youssuf Abdulazeez attacked two U.S. military recruiting centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Abdulazeez, 24, is a native of Hixon, Tennessee. He is the son of Youssuf Abdulazeez, a 57-year-old originally from the Middle East. The Abdulazeez family home was raided by authorities on Thursday evening.

The U.S. Attorney in Tennessee said the incident is being investigated as “an act of domestic terrorism” by federal, state, and local officials. An Army recruiting center was hit first with more than a dozen gunshots. The same suspect is believed to have then traveled to a nearby Navy recruiting center and shot a police officer in the ankle. Abdulazeez was armed with multiple weapons and killed by police. Read more at WRCB-TV.

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