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Armed citizens retrieved guns from their vehicles to take down OKC shooter, says police

Armed citizens retrieved guns from their vehicles to take down OKC shooter, says police


Oklahoma City police are crediting two citizens with taking down a man who opened fire at a restaurant.

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