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Officials at the Washington Navy Yard say today is a normal workday, but building 197 where 12 people were killed in a shooting remains closed, investigations continue and memories remain fresh.
ABC’s Vic Ratner reporting Washington:
The building where the shootings took place remains closed—the crime scene investigation still going on there. But for most of those who work at the Navy Yard, it’s trying to back to business day.
Trying to deal with the fearful memories from just a few days ago. And trying to find the cell phones, pocketbooks, and other personal items they left behind in the headlong rush to get to safety.
Also there was a glitch.
Traffic was blocked from reaching the main gate of the Navy Yard because a tractor trailer tried to make a U-turn, and its load shifted.
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