Military Fresh Network | Hundreds witness veteran shoot and kill himself in VA waiting room By: J.D. Simkins
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Hundreds witness veteran shoot and kill himself in VA waiting room By: J.D. Simkins

A veteran reportedly shot himself April 9 in the waiting room of the VA’s Austin Outpatient Clinic in front of hundreds of witnesses. (Veterans Affairs)

A horrific scene unfolded Tuesday in the waiting room of an Austin, Texas, Veterans Affairs clinic when a veteran reportedly shot himself to death in front of hundreds of witnesses.

Despite the commotion, many in the building remained unaware of what had occurred for some time after the shooting, KWTX News 10 reported.

One group therapy class even continued on for almost an hour after the shot was fired.

“All of a sudden, over the intercom, they have this statement about everyone must clear the building including staff, so it was a little surprising,” veteran Ken Walker told News 10.

Once vacant, the hospital was locked down for an investigation.

Read more @ Militarytimes.com

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