WASHINGTON (AP) -- Transportation officials say streets and bridges around the Washington Navy Yard have reopened after a deadly shooting rampage there.
Authorities closed roads and bridges in the Navy Yard area on Monday after a gunman opened fire, killing 12 people and wounding several more before being killed in a shootout with police.
The District Department of Transportation announced Tuesday morning that all streets and bridges near the Navy Yard have reopened for the morning commute.
The Navy announced that access to the Navy Yard would be restricted to mission essential personnel on Tuesday.
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