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May 30, 2012 at 1:25 PM

Shootings lead to community center closures

The deadly shootings at a cafe in Seattle’s U District and the manhunt for the gunman in the shooting death of a woman near Town Hall in downtown Seattle has led to lockdowns at community centers in Greenlake, Ravenna/Eckstein and Delridge.

Our community partner the West Seattle Blog reports that Hope Lutheran, Seattle Lutheran and Tilden schools are in locked down as a precaution as a result of the manhunt in the area.

Metro has rerouted Routes 120 and 125 off Delridge Way Southwest between Southwest Orchard Street and Southwest Andover Street in both directions because of the manhunt.

In an unrelated case, yet it’s news in a similar vein,┬áThe Vancouver Sun reports that the RCMP has shot a man possibly connected to a double murder in Burnaby, B.C.

 

 

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