South Carolina shooting kills 1 police officer, injures 6 others
A gunman in Florence County, South Carolina, opened fire on law enforcement officers Wednesday, killing one and injuring six. The officers arrived at a home to issue a search warrant to gather evidence for an alleged sexual assault involving a foster child. The suspected shooter, Fred Hopkins, is now in custody. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY.
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