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February 26, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A former employee shot six people, killing one woman, at a medical clinic before being shot and wounded by police, officials said. Five of the victims were shot on the second floor of the two-story Seventh-day Adventist Clinic, while the sixth, a man who had been taken hostage, and the gunman were shot on the first floor, Officer A.J. Balajadia said. The survivors were taken to Guam Memorial Hospital, where a spokeswoman said condition reports were not immediately available.
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February 26, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A former employee shot six people, killing one woman, at a medical clinic before being shot and wounded by police, officials said. Five of the victims were shot on the second floor of the two-story Seventh-day Adventist Clinic, while the sixth, a man who had been taken hostage, and the gunman were shot on the first floor, Officer A.J. Balajadia said. The survivors were taken to Guam Memorial Hospital, where a spokeswoman said condition reports were not immediately available.
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October 7, 1987
A B-52 bomber ran off a runway and onto a grassy area at an Air Force base at Agana, on the island of Guam, after one of several small-caliber bullets fired into the plane by a sniper on the ground disabled a steering gear, the Air Force said. None of the crew members were hurt, and there was minimal damage to the Strategic Air Command bomber, which was practicing touch-and-go landings at Andersen Air Force Base when fired upon, an Air Force spokesman said.
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October 7, 1987
A B-52 bomber ran off a runway and onto a grassy area at an Air Force base at Agana, on the island of Guam, after one of several small-caliber bullets fired into the plane by a sniper on the ground disabled a steering gear, the Air Force said. None of the crew members were hurt, and there was minimal damage to the Strategic Air Command bomber, which was practicing touch-and-go landings at Andersen Air Force Base when fired upon, an Air Force spokesman said.
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