The crime scene tape was removed from the restaurant Wednesday morning. (WSMV)
The store reopened around 9 a.m. Wednesday. (WSMV)


The Waffle House in Antioch where four people were killed on Sunday has officially reopened.

For the next month, 100 percent of sales from the location on Murfreesboro Pike will go to victims’ families.

During a news conference Wednesday morning, Waffle House officials said they would be setting up a permanent memorial for the victims in the near future.

Stay with News4 for updates on this story.

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