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BREAKING: Suspicious Letter Sends 3 to Hospital At VA Military Base, Hazmat Team Responding

This is a developing story.

A hazmat team has been dispatched to Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Arlington, Virginia after a suspicious letter was opened. Eleven people were sickened, and three have been sent to the hospital.

The three people are described as being in stable condition and are suffering from symptoms including nosebleeds and burning hands. The building they were in has been evacuated.

This is a developing story. Stay tuned for further updates.

UPDATE: Authorities have bagged the suspicious substance, and the FBI is making its way to the scene.

UPDATE: The package and the substance are being transported to Quantico for further analysis. I’m sure the FBI will provide us with details as to what they find.

Right after they release the motive for the Las Vegas shooting.

 
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