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Navy Yard employees get counseling after massacre

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Andy Wood is accustomed to responding to a hazardous materials spill or ferocious natural disaster from his post at the Washington Navy Yard's emergency operations center. A panicked call of shots fired that reached his radio on the morning of Sept. 16 presented a chilling new challenge. "It was terrifying," Wood, a 35-year-old Navy electronics technician who runs the center,...

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