Museum leaders said they hope to have more events like this in the future.
Police said a fourth suspect was engaged in a standoff with authorities and had made threats about bombs.
The fire broke out in the 7200 block of Twin Oaks Drive at 3:19 a.m.
Police were called to the 600 block of North Oxford Street around 6 a.m.
The fire broke out Friday morning around 4:23 a.m.
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The officers were killed in sniper fire during a protest in downtown Dallas.
“This is still an active crime scene,” said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, at a press conference during the early hours of Friday morning.
Dallas authorities have confirmed three suspects are in custody. Several sources report a fourth suspect is dead.
“I know he’s resting with God and one day I will see him again.”
Officers with guns drawn were running near and into the parking garage as police searched for the shooter.
“For them, the ultrasound machine was the most advanced diagnostic tool that they had in the entire clinic.”
State police report an “odor of drugs” was coming from the vehicle.
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“We have shown that we have officers in the right place at the right time.”
“I got a lot more out of it than a ticket.”
No deadline has been set for the investigation’s completion.