According to the New York Times, "a Cobb County, GA. police officer responding to a call of a fight in progress, was shot at by a man with a gun."
"The officer then return fire, striking and killing the shooter."
It is always wise when attending events to be aware of your surroundings and be aware of the people in your vicinity.
Any sign of unusual behavior, may be a clue for you to leave the area.
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