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Virginia House Explodes During Police Standoff, Suspect Possibly Killed

TMZ.com Tuesday, 5 December 2023
A house in Virginia exploded in a fireball Monday night, possibly killing a gun-wielding suspect squeezing off shots from inside during a police standoff. The wild scene was caught on dramatic video in Arlington last evening, as the entire home…
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A House in Arlington, Virginia has Exploded tonight after the Residents reportedly Opened-Fire on Police as they attempted to Serve a Search Warrant on the Residents.

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