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or reschedule an appointment, even on nights and weekends. today's xfinity service. simple. easy. awesome. i'd rather not. good morning, tragedy in virginia beach, a deadly mass workplace shooting. >> shots fired, sho ts good morning, tragedy at virginia beach. aity worker opens fire at a municipal building. >> police rushing to the scene employees ran out of the building witnessing unimaginable horror. >> shot in the chest, shot in the head, who knows. >> reporter: offics engaging the suspect in a pierce battlfi. the mayor heartbroken. >> the most devastating day in the historyf virginia beach. >> what eyewitnesses are recalling. what we're learning about the gunman and the brave actions of
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first responders as another american city is in mourning"t ay," saturday, june 1, 2019. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today," "tragedy in virginia beach" with peter alexander live from virginia beach and sheinelle jones and dylan dreyer live from studio 1a in rockefler plaza. >> good morning, and welcome to "today" and thank you for joining us on this saturday morning. dylan is here with me at the table while peter is in virginia beach, and once again we're waking up to news of another mass shooting. the latest details here. poce say the man was alo ngtime city employee entering his workplace with at least one gun and a silencer that mufed the sounds and shooting indiscriminately walking through three floors of the building. it is quiet there this morning again. >> reporter: exactly right.
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this community numb what happened within the last 24 hours. virginia beach has now been added to that growing list o american communities shattered by gun violence. it happened here on this beautiful campus, this colonial style city buildings,he t deadliest mass shooting in this country this year. justice workers prepo leave for the weekend as shots rang out friday afternoon. >> this is a horrific day for the commonwealth of virginia. >> reporter: the shooter a employeeovernmen stormed in to the building and opened fire leaving at least 12 dead and 4 injured. > he has access to the building. came in with a weapon today. >> reporter: four police officers rushed the building cornering the gunman during a shoot-out. >> even tugh involved in a long-term, moving gun battle with these officers, when he went down, they did what cops do and they rendered first aid to this individual.
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heo succumbeds wounds. hit!ficer hit, officer >> reporter: fortunately that om saved by his bull-proof vest. he use a .45 caliber handgun and multiple magazines a silencer muffles the snd of of the shots. >> a woman unconscious we didn't know what happened. >> we heard shooting b didn't think it was that close. that close, like in proximity of the building. >> reporter: the victimsound on all three floors of the building and one outside in a vehicle. the fbi and state police are involved in the ongoing investigation, but say the danger is now over and the recovery can begin. >> we're going show that virginia beach is a city of di resolve and detion. >> reporter: as we mentioned that gunman who turned his workplace into a scene of
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carnage yesterday died after a long shoot-out with police here. what do we know about the gunman and the gun that he used? for more we're joined by nbc's justice correspondent pete williams in washington. pete, good morning. >> reporter: peter, the man law enforcement officials sayie ca out this attack, dwayne crado cradock, was a project eng fear for the site project andgi ering team for the office of public utilities in virginia beach. that was offices in that building. the police chief described him as a longtime employee of the city and said fday night that he was still employed when he ogan firing on his fellow employees, thoughther law enforcement officials say their understanding he was recently fired. investigators say cradockought several guns within the past few weeks and made the purchases legally. police say that weapon he used friday, one of the most kmocomm in the u.s., .45 caliber ndgun, fired one time each
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time the trigger was pulled was bought legally. had several high capacity magazines, the clips that hold the rounds, allowing him to fire more shots before reloading. those magazines are legal in virginia add indeed in most of e nation. the gun was fitted with a silencer and it's not clear this morning whether he legally possessed that. those have to be registered under federal law. as for the motive it remains unclear this morning. nhe had apparent criminal record and his neighbors say they were shocked he would do such a thing. >> i am petrified. i lived right under him. could have been me, my girlfriend or roommate and -- he seemed like a nice guy. he introduced himself when we got, when we first moved in. that's just crazy.r: >> reporte police searched cradock's home friday night looking for more information on what might have been the motive. the fbi and atf are now helping virginia police process the crime sceneid inse that city office ngbuil
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peter? >> pete williams in washington for us this morning. pete, thank you very much. as we noted, a police officer was among those injured and the awful shoot-out that took place here, she in the hospital but believed that his bullet-proof vested ma vest may have saved his life. my colleague is athe general hospital with the latest on the condition of the survivors. hans, good morning. >> reporter: good morning,pe r. authorities haven't released any information about the deceased, that includes their names, ages, gender. it's a similar situation here at this hospital where we do have three patients. overall, there are four patients in area three are still in critical condition, and one is in fair condition.he this is t latest information as of late last night. what we do know is one patient died on the way to this hospital, and that two of the initial five patients brought here were pronounced dead yesterday evening.
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olice ou mentioned the officer that was saved by his bullet-proof vest. we don't know the extent of his condion and are awaiting more information on that and just how extensive his potential injuries were. we know authorities were quick to say he was saved by that vest, an indication his injuries are not among the most severe. an update at 8:00 a.m.rom the police and the hospital will update shortly thereafter and we'll have all the latest. nter? >> hanshols here in virginia beach a with uswell. hans, thank you very much. it's a horrifying and heartbreaking routine across the country. another deadly shooting. the latest toll, we've reported no3 killed as a result of the accesses that took place here just yesterday. >> thank you, peter. the gunman began in the parking lot and moved through three floors offed municipal center before engaging officers in that extended shoot
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out. we're joined from jim kavanaugh with t more on police response. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> hans gave an update on the injured officer. talk how law enforcement officers responded tohe situation and how they engaged. >> right. well, you know, first off, getting shot with a .45 in a bullet-proof vest is like a major league fastball hitting you in the chest can and it's going to be a lot of bruising and injury. luckily the officer's going to survive, thank god. they were absolute heroes because they useded formula where police tactics changed, ostcolumbine, when shooters motives changed. often left out of the discussion. shooters' motives changed instead of a robbery,rying to get away or take somebody hoage, they were mass killing so police ttics changed. here two detectives, two canine officers went in. sheinelle, this killer planned it, had a distinct advantage with a silencer.
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he killed first in the parking lot nap should be noted by all. if he did not have a silencer, that report of a .45 istr exely loud. i would venture to say on a municipal complex, someof polic cer would have heard that shot and maybe multiple shots in the parking lot. this silenced weapon allowed him to make entry. then once inside, even people in the building, sheinelle, didn't know it was shooter. they were unclear. they heard something but didn't know it was close or far away. they had to investigate. this gave him time and, of course, he had extended magazines. sometimes those have as many as 30 rounds per magazine and methodically goes through his killing spree. the quipo action of lice. the training is, we all took it, the first two, three officers in. there and quickly get you try not to go in yourself. you get killed you can't h p anybody. sometimes you have to but you try to get two or threein this case four moved in quickly and engaged him in a gun battle.
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he has advantage in the gun battle too. a silencer. flashn doesn't give a big or recoil. he can shoot a little more accurately. move more quietly, but the officers got hill. got him barricaded in there and were able to kill >> so that is what made this such a deadly shooting. essentially the silencer and the muffler? >> three things made it extremely deadly. e silencer, one, wouldn't get noticed as quick certainly from the parking lot inside. two, extended magazines. 30-round magazines. he can shoot, shoot and shoot, shooting unarmed people can just go on. little chance to even tackle him because he has so many rounds nd, of course, is using a .45 caliber weapon. also knows the territory. he's not a stranger to the building. he knows the premises. choking 0en an empty grudge from employment and can kill at will. likely wanted to go on but
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officers were so fast. he knew, sheinelle, this killer knew that if he fired thatwiun out a silencer, the officer wos have been on him even faster in that municipal center. so it was a diabolical plot. unfortunately, we even have a bill on the hill trying t change the law on silencers, which has been very strict sinc. 1934 and they've tried to repeal that. here we are in america on gun laws, it's a bad place for us. trying to take away, for example, the registration of le sier. we need to keep that. >> and spark a renewed conversation. jim cavanaugh, thauv. mike viqueira at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: a white house spokesman said last night the president was briefed on the shooting and i monitoring the situation, but ass of thi moment, literally 13 hours since the violence in virginia beach
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we have nod heard, read or otherwise seen a reaction from president trump to this latest mass shooting. the president is here in the white house, and has no public schele today, though the weather is clear, and h typically make as trip to his northern virginia golf course on weekend days like this. tomorrow, sunday, the president and first lady are scheduledheo attend annual gala at ford theater here in d.c. and then later sunday night leave washington for the united kingdom and a much-anticipat state visit overseas. peter, sheinelle? >> all right. thank u, mike. earlier this morning, peter spoke with the mother and daughter who were both nearby when the shooting began. leah wilson inside the city building next door to the shooting and her building on lockdown nearly three hohes. at t same time, her mother arissa andrews was waiting for leah in the c while taking care of leah's 23-month-old son. she saw people running from the building where the shooting was
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happening. me covered in blood.by peter started asking her what she saw and heard standing outside. >> start with you. you were in the car outside. saw the photo of took of the man with blood on his chest. what did you see, and hear standing outside? >> i saw police with guns running towardshe building behind me. i was parked in between the two buildings and then i saw this man and a police officer come running by and come in the front of my car withlood all over himself and i opened my door. i had my grandson in the car and opened my door and i said an rn, do you need me to help you and the police officer said, no. get back in your car. so i got back in the car and thought that washe t safest place to be. >> you started texting photos to your daughter inside? to be clear, y had come to pay off a driving ticket. didn't work here. all of a sudden found out there's an active shooter in the building from you y mom. what d make of this?
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>> at first i didn't know if it was serious or not. once she started getting i started panicking a little bit. very traumatic and very quick. >> what was it like inside how did you know? did you hear sounds? how did you know something was p haing? >> we heard loud expsion cocomm the back rooms especially the conference rooms and bath proops everybody running around like chickens with their heads cut off. so. >> how long were you in the building before we could come out and reunite with your mom and your 23-month-old baby in the car? >> about, like, three hours on lockdown. weren't allowed to go next to the windows, the doors, anything likethat. >> how are y'all doing today? >> still, it'srr sueal. it's -- i didn't sleep last all.t very well at i just feel so bad for the victims, but i didn't realize we were so close to where the gunman was init
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didn't even know that people were killed until later on at night. you know?so -- it's devastating. >> it is. very traumatic. so i'm s processing everything still trying to get over what happened, trying to get through it. >> when you finally got out of that building and saw your mom, and you saw your son, tell me about that moment for you? >> it was beautiful. my son ran straight to me. very emotional. i ass just happy everybody w safe. >> absolutely. >> and for you to ve your ughter in your arms again? >> i know. >> my honey bun, yes it is. >> and ourhones went dead so i couldn't communicate with her. so i really was at a loss of she was okay, in the building. so -- m glad we had a happy ending and i'm sorry for the other people. >> we're so glad both of you are okay and sorry for your experience. thanks for spending time with us. >> okay. thank you. >> you, too. nice to see yoyou.
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>> too, thank you. and as alissa told me soon as we were done speaking on camera she and heraughter were driving back home in their home in richmond yesterday evening and at that moment learned how large the death toll was they decided to stay in area. so distraught about what happened here. so thankful about the fact they were both safe. m talk.ening to t once again, you have so many people's lives who are forever changed because of another mass shooting. >> yes. >> all right. thank you, peter. check back in with you throughout the morning. now in other news this morning. another big story. latest on a flood emergency across multiple states. saacuations are under way right now in arkan and missouri as rivers rise to historic levels in the wake of weeks of severe weather. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in the flood zone in arkansas. gabe, good morning to yor: >> reporteood morning. the president declared a federal disaster here in arkansas's you can see, the water continues to rise. the area you'reooking at right now is normally dry land.
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this area is now being threatened by a slst-motion disa. this morning, the arkansas rer is rising after breaching this levee. look at this chunk of eah crumbling. and this man is elevating his fuiture before getting out. >> we're staying somewhere else. we're just packing trying to get everything ready. >> reporter: the small down of dardanelle, arkansas apprriating for the worst. uncertainty, shovels, sandbags. >> why everybody's here. onsharing in the crn and trying to do the best we can do. >> reporter: to protect your town? >> protect our town, yes, sir. the more levees that start breaking and stuff and they're saying that could come back into town. serious situation. >> reporter: after two weeks of severe weather rising rivers have promptedew evacuations across s eralstates. across missouri a levee failed along the mississippi river.
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in howard,opping yore levee. homes north of st. louis also flooded. authorities in the states say one man drowned in a lake. in tulsa, oklahoma, as floodwaters slowly recede this 20-foot sinkhole opened up. >> please, be safe, please, be weather aware. we are not out of the woodsmp coletely yet. >> reporter: downstream in darnell, arkansas, as the water rises the mayor is asking panic.nts not to matt evacuated just hours before the levee fails. >> i don't thine anyo's ever seen the river like this. o i guess for the record books. >> reporter: all of this water just has nowhere to go and it is testing the aging levee system in this area. the arkansas river here is not expected to crest until tomorrow. sheinelle? >> pictures are unbelievable. gabe gutierrez, thank you. go to dylan for a check of weather. some of the folks can't seem to get a break. >> can't get a break, and this is record flooding, and it's such a sad situation. we have so many rivers that are
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still at or above major flood stage. we'r dry right now and also have some showers likely across the northeast but it's really in that zone where we have to focus on the missouri river, the arkansas river and the mississippi river because we do have more than 300 rivers still above flood stage with several at major flooding. so any additional rainfall will tntinue to causes water to overflow its banks. we have a stalled front. you can see more showers and storms. heavier pockets of rain developing across the midwest back through oklahoma down into texa too. moving eastward prings some of those storms across the great lakes tonight achbtd tomorrow bringing storms into the northeast. not take a lot of rain to continue this flooding problem, and we are looking at an additional one to two inches of rain. some of that rain coming in a very short period of time. flash flooding also an issue on top of that. mostly west of us, the major flooding we'rell still but sti moving east going through the next couple of days.
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sheinelle? >> dylan, still to come, peter is livi in virgia beach, and he'll have the latest on the tragic shooting there. plus after months tornadoes and flooding rains across the country, hurricane season has arrived. new predictions on how bad is might about, right after this.
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we're back for a check of local weather. >> across the c>>ntry that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek o your window. we have cloud cover out r thereht now, and it's spinning off the coast from an area of low pressure. eventually these clouds dissipate. it may take a little bit especially east of i-95 but we'll all have sunshinete this afoon and clearing from the west to the east. no showers around our area. traveling especially towards ichmond or southeastern virginia, you're going head into some rain. temperatures in the 50s and 60s
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now. on our way to the 80s today and dry. that's your latest forecast. still to come on "today" live in virginia beace th latest on a deadly mass shooting there, and then speak with the mayora of virgi beach. but first, these m bsages. ♪ (avo) moves like these need pampers cruisers 360 fit. tr with aa stretchy waistband and ry0 fit that adapts to evew. plus, up to 12 hours of protection. so anything yourild child does, cruisers can too. our best ever fit is new cruise 360 fit. ♪ be right back. with moderate to severe crohn's disease, i was thhee, just not always wre i needed to be.
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low pressure sitting off the coast, a pool of rain taking showers away and the cloud cover as well. temperatures in the 50s in the shenandoah valley to 60s to around 70 on the water. we are back on this saturday morning june 1, 2019. this is a live shot from virginia beach, virginia, where this morning at least a dozen families are mourning of loved ones in that tragic workplace shooting there friday. dylan is here with me in new york while peter isnin virgi beach covering the story for us this morning. get right to it, peter. >> sheinelle, good morning. another tragic day and another i american commu that is obviously is tough morning here in virginia beach. a lot of folks still numb to what just occurred trying to make sense of a massive shooting. in a city building. the mayor calling it the most devastating dayn the history of virginia beach. the most deadliest this year.
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13 killed including the gunman. four people recovering in area hospitals from injuries. this started as city workers were preparing to leave for the weekend when the gunman, a longtime city employee walked into what is the public works building and oned fire goi from floor to floor. fourol pe officers came in after him cornering that gunman before killing him in a shoot-out. one of those recovering we're told is one of those police officers and this morning it's believed the officer's bullet-proof vest saved their life. and the suspect dwayne cradock, brought several guns in recent weeks all purchases made legally. investigators are looking into the names of the victims. we are expect more from officials over the course of the day as the horrible task of notifying the 12 families
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continues. right now we are joined by bobby dyer. the mayor here in virginia beach. a devastating day in the city's history. >> thank you. sorry we have to be re. believe me. >> i was going say, sorry we're meeting under these s. circumstan i could see how broken up you were, when you spoke yesterday. spoke about the victims,pl innocent p trying to get permits or who worked in those buildings. can you talk how the community is doi today and the shock that occurred? >> i think the communityl is stiloing to be in shock. this is not where virginia beach is at. we are a community that is, you know, the strength of virginia beach are the people of virginia beach. and we are a city of resolve and determination, and, you know, once we, y, know get through the necessary business we're going to move forward, but i am sure that our community is goi to engage and we're going to help the families and, you know,
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don't forget it was not the families but thers worke were also our neighbors, our friends, our colleagues, but also just think about all the other city employees that were in the building at the time. >> even this morning, a lot of families still waiting for news about their own lovedones. four other individuals we derstand are still in the hospital. do you have a better update on their conditions i >>on't have any update as of that. it's just a tragic situation that we're going to have to >> w we spoke, you said we're henfront. not going to identify names now until all famils are alerted, but one of these victims, one of those killed inside building 2, t publicorks building was someone you knew. >> a good friend of mine. my carpenter i understand he was in the building getting a permit and was tragically -us >> j getting a permit. going about his business? >> yeah. >> what needs to change? >> whether thisry city or count
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people have to start treating each other with respect and dignity. let's focus on what we have in common, not what divides us, and, you know, let's just be civil towards each other. >> let me ask you about these s. building a lot of communities made changes to the way they do business given the fear of gun violence. did any of these, public, city office buildings. you worked in city hall the building next door. you weren't there at this time but wre your office is. do these buildings have metal detectors like y findt some schools and airports, security officers in the front? >> once again,e this is th people's buildings. you know? people come, free flow, and, you know, this -- this incident was an anomaly, and, you know it couldn't have been prevented. the shooter worked there. he was known.u yo know, just a terrible and unfortunate thing, but, you know, the complex here is the
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people's compl and they should -- people come and go and conduct business here routinely for years. >> the people of this commonwealth in this current today are celebrating the heroism of those officers who went in and helped make sure that others weren't killed as a result of it. mr. mayor, i appreciate your time and wish youou and y community the best. >> thank you very much. thank you. >> thank you very much. mayor dyer, mayor of virginia beach, the mt populist city in the state of virginia. sheinelle, toss it back to you. >> thank you. put it in perspective. gunn violence irginia beach is now the largest mass shooting this year according to data from the gun violence archive.ar nbc's kathy p is here now with an eye-opening look at the rise in mass shootings in this country. >> good morning. according to gun violence archive the latest incident in virginia beach is the 150th mass shooting this year in the u.s. when we dive deeper into the number of shootings in the country it's a reminder the problem is only tting worse. >> this is the most devastating day in the history of virginia
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beach. >> reporter: virginia beach became the latest to join a list no community ever wants to be on. with at least 12 people killed friday's mass shooting now ranks at "the" largest this yeit. only been three months since a gunman opened fire killing five workers at a manufacturing plant in aurora, illinois. when you take a closer look at i statiscs, the number of shootings in the u.s. n is just staggering, but rising. from2000 to 2018 the fbi recorded 277 active shooter incidents. every day 100 americans are killed by guns. since last year's shooting at parkland, florida, where 17 students were killed and marjory stoneman douglas high school, gun violence reports 461 shootings with at least 4 fate attles or injufatalities or injs
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and 35 workplace mass shooting. deadly trends across the country taking its place in history fre the wrong ons. and some more sobering statistics to pass ealong. gun safety group every down says the median age of a mass shooter 34 years old and near one one in three are victims 17 or young whir you break it down, alarms. another check of weather any alreadalking hurricane season? >> right. it's june 1st, sheiiclle. hue season is if full swing and already invest down near mexico. this is going to move to the north andst we there's a chance it could develop into a tropical system, because it's moving into very warm war. if that happens, could be our next storm system that we will be watching moving through that area. speaking of storms, we d have more storms in, that are expected later today. especially in the midwest and up
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across parts of st. louis into illinois, through missouri, over into indiana, too. could see damaging winds and large hail and isolated tornadoes are possible. then tomorrow, we are looking at two areas. o one of those areas includes the northeast for thtomorrow. 's a look at your weather. here's a peek out your window. a chance of showers and storms tomorrow, today, mainly dry. even though it looks like this outside. cloud cover across the d.c. area and points to theeast. 60s, 70s on the water. a comfortable morning, because the humidity is on the lowside. going for an early morning swim, some clouds around but more sunshine this afternoon and we have chances oftorms tomorrow, some of which could be strong. the clouds are directly relata to an are of low pressure. see the spin in of the forecast. as dylan ntioned, the first day of hurricane season. how bad it will be? afre of what you can expect
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