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A bomb scare caused NAS Pensacola to lock down briefly.

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Last wounded victim in naval air base attack leaves hospital

The unidentified victim has been discharged.

The last person wounded in the deadly attack at the Pensacola Naval Air Station has been released from the hospital

The Pensacola News Journal reported Saturday that the unidentified victim has been discharged.

Federal authorities say Saudi Air Force 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani killed three U.S. sailors and injured eight other people at the naval station on Dec. 6.

Investigators are digging into whether he acted alone, amid reports he hosted a party earlier last week where he and others watched videos of mass shootings.

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Republished with permission of The Associated Press.

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