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Officers Shot In Missouri, 1 Fatally, Were Sent To The Wrong Address

Authorities are investigating why the officers were sent to a house in Clinton when they should have been sent to Windsor, which is about 15 miles away. Officer Christopher Morton was killed.

There's been a dramatic turn to a story out of Clinton, Mo., where three police officers were shot Tuesday night — one fatally.

Authorities now say the officers were sent to the wrong house following a 911 call.

When the call came in, a from the

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