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Four wooden crosses stand as a memorial Wednesday to those killed during a shooting at a Waffle House in Nashville, Tenn. The restaurant reopened three days after the attack. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Police tape blocks off a Nashville, Tenn., Waffle House restaurant where at least four people died after a gunman opened fire early Sunday. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Waffle House Shooting Underscores How Gun Laws Vary From State To State

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The Metro Nashville Police Department released a photo showing Travis Reinking in the back of a police car moments after being arrested on Monday. Metro Nashville Police Department via AP hide caption

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"I think anybody could've did what I did," said James Shaw Jr., who disarmed a gunman at a Nashville-area Waffle House, where four people were killed. He spoke at a news conference with law enforcement officials on Sunday. Jason Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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This photo provided by Metro Nashville Police Department shows Travis Reinking, who police are searching for in connection with a fatal shooting at a Waffle House restaurant in the Antioch neighborhood of Nashville early Sunday, April 22, 2018. (Metro Nashville Police Department via AP) AP hide caption

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Alex Bowen poses in front of a griddle at a Waffle House in West Columbia, S.C., on Thursday. When Bowen found the only worker at the empty restaurant asleep, he took his meal into his own hands. Alex Bowen/AP hide caption

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This view of Tropical Storm Harvey flooding in Houston on Tuesday shows why even the storm-hardy Waffle House had to close two of its restaurants in the city. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Waffle House founders Joe Rogers (center) and Tom Forkner (right) greet longtime customer John Webb as they stop for a meal at a Waffle House restaurant in Norcross, Ga., in 2005. Ric Feld/AP hide caption

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'There Are Raisins In My Toast' by Danny Jones © 1996 Waffle Music

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