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Va. Man Responsible For Baltimore Hospital Murder-Suicide

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By Cathy Duchamp

Baltimore police now say that a 50-year-old man from Arlington, Virginia is responsible for today's murder-suicide at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.

The incident has security managers at the hospital in grappling with how the gunman was able to enter the building shoot a doctor, a patient and then take his own life.

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