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Dallas bus, light rail lines reopen after 5 officers slain

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DALLAS (AP) — All public bus and light rail service in downtown Dallas has resumed after last week’s sniper gunfire that left five police officers dead.

Dallas Area Rapid Transit resumed full operations at 5 a.m. Tuesday.

Some DART service was suspended following the shootings last Thursday night during a demonstration against police killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.

A sniper blamed for the fatal shooting of the five officers in Dallas was killed when an explosive, carried by a police robot, was detonated to end a standoff.

A number of downtown Dallas streets remained closed Tuesday to vehicle traffic amid the continuing investigation.

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