Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey was on lockdown after a report of an active shooter, according to a social media post by the base. The lockdown has since been rescinded.
“LOCKDOWN LOCKDOWN LOCKDOWN ACTIVE SHOOTER REPORTED ON JBMDL BLDG 5231. ALL PERSONNEL ARE TO LOCKDOWN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. ALL PERSONNEL OUTDOORS SHOULD TAKE COVER,” said JBMDL on Facebook.
“UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE. ALL CLEAR JBMDL IS NO LONGER UNDER A LOCKDOWN CONDITION, WE HAVE CONFIRMED ALL MEMBERS OF JBMDL ARE SAFE,” said JBMDL. “We appreciate the public’s continued support.”
The warning came after a mass shooting struck the heart of a community, leaving devastation and shock in its wake. On Wednesday night, Lewiston, Maine, experienced an unimaginable tragedy as a restaurant and a bowling alley became the scenes of violence and loss.
Maine’s governor says 18 people were killed and 13 were injured in shootings in Maine. Gov. Janet Mills made the remarks at a press conference Thursday.
The main suspect behind these tragic incidents is Robert Card, a 41-year-old retired military officer. In this article, we will delve into the details surrounding the shootings, Card’s background, and the ongoing investigation.
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