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Topic - Kathy Tubb
Four people were found dead Tuesday in Colorado after a woman called police to report a shooting and apparently was shot to death while she was on the phone.
Mrs. Tubb said when she went outside to warm up her husband's car to go to work, she saw a policeman wearing a helmet and armed with a rifle standing in the street.
Kathy Tubb said she heard what she thought were gunshots about 4 a.m. Tuesday and had no idea what was happening.