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Police seek information on deadly shooting on I-295

D.C. police are seeking information from anyone who may have seen a shooting on northbound Interstate 295 during the Thursday morning rush hour that left one man dead and another man wounded.

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    WASHINGTON —D.C. police are seeking information from anyone who may have seen a deadly shooting on northbound Interstate 295 during the Thursday morning rush hour. One man is dead and another man is wounded after someone…

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