Hours-long manhunt comes to an end in Canada

Police in Nova Scotia arrested Gabriel Wortman, 51, who authorities said was wearing police attire at the time of the alleged shooting.
0:32 | 04/20/20

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To the index down the deadly shooting spree in Canada police in Nova Scotia seen at least ten people were killed throughout the province but expect that number to rise. A forty C to 51 year old suspect was found dead after an hours long manhunt and today marks 25 years since the Oklahoma City bombing. On April 19 1995. A truck bomb was detonated at the Alfred. 168 people. Including nineteen children the deadliest domestic terror act in US history. This year's memorial service was held virtually over corona virus concerns.

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