S.C. Disgruntled Employee Shoots 2, Takes Hostages

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S.C. Disgruntled Employee Shoots 2, Takes Hostages

Video Aug 24, 2017

A disgruntled employee of a restaurant in downtown Charleston, South Carolina shot two people at the restaurant where he works, killing one and injuring another.

Police have shot the gunman and the hostages have been safely released. For more on this story, click here.

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