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(KCEN) -- Fort Hood has announced that they plan to demolish the building where the majority of the November 5 shootings took place.

In a statement released on Tuesday, Brian Dosa, Director of Public Works stated, "Now that the Major Nidal Hasan court martial is over, Fort Hood plans to take the five buildings fenced off as the crime scene and return them to Soldier Readiness Processing, with the exception of Building 42003, where the majority of the November 5, 2009, shootings took place."

Dosa went on to say that this building would be demolish and the other four are going to be cleaned up and put back to use.

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