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Alison Parker 24 and Adam Ward 27 years have been shot dead today.

Two television journalists killed in a fatal shooting during an on-air live broadcast

The two journalists, Adam Ward 27 years and Alison Parker 24 years who were working for the television station known as WDBJ7 in Roanoke, Virginia were the two unlucky journalists that died in their fateful fatal shooting on Wednesday morning while carrying out a live interview in Bedford County Virginia.

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The unimaginable incident occurred at around 06:45 whiling filming a feature segment for the morning news program at Bridgewater Plaza, a shopping and recreation plaza.

Vicki Gardner, the director of the chamber of commerce, who was being interviewed, was shot in the back and has been taken for emergency surgery.

WDBJ-TV general manager Jeffrey A Marks appeared on air and called it a terrible crime, saying authorities don’t know who the gunman is.

May the souls of these journalists rest in peace!

But according to reports, the suspect Vester Flanagan AKA Bryce Williams has being chased by the police. They have a description of the suspect and have apparently tracked him to the motorway. Later Flanagan who was reportedly said to be the former WDBJ7 employee was confirmed as the shooter, after shooting the two journalists, he also shot himself, but he was unable to die.

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