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Topic - Mike Tregre
Two sheriff's deputies in Louisiana were fatally shot and two others were injured in an early morning shootout west of New Orleans, authorities said Thursday.
Sheriff Tregre said someone with a dog answered.
A tearful Sheriff Mike Tregre said the incident started when a gunman opened fire for unknown reasons on a deputy working an off-duty traffic detail along a highway that connects U.S. Highway 61 with the busy industrial corridor along the Mississippi River.