Traffic was slow as drivers tried to get a glimpse of the action. Employees and customers of nearby businesses came out to see what all of the commotion was about as police cars, ambulances, and fire engines swarmed the area.
Marvin Swain, who works near the prison, said, "When I got here there were a couple of guys say they had heard gunshots and stuff, so I was about to turn around and go home, and after a while I finally found out what happened, and you know I feel real bad for what happened out there."
While the investigation is still underway, traffic is back to normal and nearby businesses are operating as usual.
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