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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Jacqueline Alston
While police helicopters circled overhead and investigators tried to make sense of Monday's mass shooting in Southeast, family and friends began to gather at one of the covered parking lots at Nationals Park, where police had set up a reunion site for Navy Yard workers.
While police helicopters circled overhead and investigators tried to make sense of Monday's mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, family and friends gathered at one of the covered parking lots at Nationals Park, where police had set up a reunion site for Navy Yard workers.
He is a custodian who works on the fourth floor of Building 197, the site of the shooting, she said.
Fighting back tears, Jacqueline Alston, 63, said her husband, Ernest Johnson, had not contacted her since the shooting.