[Washington, D.C., June 10. Image via Getty]

Freddy (L) and Lucia Hernandez (C) from Puerto Rico, and their granddaughter Maria Hernandez say they were inside the Holocaust Museum on June 10, 2009 when they heard five gunshots in Washington, DC. Two people were shot and wounded at the museum when a gunman opened fire on the building sparking panic in the heart of the capital's tourist area, officials and witnesses said. The two people with gunshot wounds had been taken to hospital, a police spokesman said. A third person was slightly wounded, possibly by breaking glass, but did not need further treatment. Police Sergeant David Schlosser said the wounded included a security guard and the shooter. AFP PHOTO/KAREN BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

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