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Thursday, November 4, 1999 Published at 08:37 GMT

World: Americas

In pictures: The Seattle shooting

In the United States second multiple shooting in 24 hours, police in Seattle say a man in camouflage clothing walked into a shipyard and opened fire.

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Paramedics rush a victim into Seattle's Harborview Medical Center. Four people were shot, two fatally, when a man opened fire in the Northlake Shipyard building.

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Police have launched a massive manhunt using sniffer dogs and a helicopter.

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A police Swat officer looks into the back of a pick-up truck during a search for the gunman in the city's Wallingford district.

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Seattle Police load the body of a victim into a vehicle at the shipyards. Police have so far not put forward any motive for the shooting.

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Relatives of workers at Northlake hurry to the scene to check on loved ones.

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A police Swat team combs the area in an armoured vehicle. Residents were warned to stay indoors.

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An officer moves into position near a building where they thought the suspect might be hiding.

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