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BREAKING: Active Shooter At Tulsa Medical Building, ‘Catastrophic Scene’

Tulsa, OK – Multiple victims were shot by an active shooter at St. Francis Hospital Wednesday.

The incident started around 5 p.m. as officers responded to call of a man with a rifle at the Natalie Building of St. Francis Hospital at 61st Street and Yale, according to a Tulsa Police Department Facebook post.

Tulsa Police Department (TPD) posted that the shooter is down and police are still clearing the building.

District 9 Tulsa City Councilor Jayme Fowler told KJRH that four people are dead, including the shooter. UPDATE: TPD has confirmed that four people are dead, including the shooter. There have been no updates on the number of wounded.

TPD Captain Richard Meulenberg said that multiple people were killed and “some unfortunately were killed” at a “catastrophic scene,” according to The Associated Press.

No information has been released at this time about the identity of the suspect, victims, or number of wounded.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has responded to the scene along with local police.

Authorities have said that friends and family of people in the building can meet at a reunification site at Memorial High School west of LaFortune Park.

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Written by
Christopher Berg

Editor-in-Chief: Twitter/@SnarkyCop. Christopher left his job as a police officer to manage The Police Tribune to provide context to the public about police incidents. Before becoming a police officer, he worked as a law enforcement dispatcher trainer.

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Written by Christopher Berg

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