Four people killed in shooting at Tulsa hospital; gunman also dead

4 people killed in shooting at Tulsa hospital, police say


Four people had been killed in a shooting Wednesday night on a hospital campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma, police mentioned. The gunman is also dead of an obvious self-inflicted gunshot wound, based on police.

The shooting occurred slightly earlier than 5 p.m. native time on the campus of Saint Francis Hospital, based on the Tulsa Police Department. Officers responded to the scene inside three minutes, police mentioned.

The gunman was not recognized however was described as a Black male believed to be between 35 and 40 years outdated, Tulsa Deputy Police Chief Eric Dalgleish mentioned in a information briefing. He was armed with a protracted gun and a handgun, Dalgleish mentioned.

Officers encountered the suspect on the second flooring of the hospital’s Natalie Building, Dalgleish mentioned.

“The officers that did arrive were hearing shots in the building, and that’s what directed them to the second floor,” Dalgleish mentioned. 

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a shooting at the Warren Clinic in Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 1, 2022.


Both weapons appeared to have been fired, Dalgleish disclosed. The gunman is believed to have shot and killed himself. 

“Right now, we believe that is self-inflicted,” Dalgleish mentioned. 

Dalgleish mentioned it was not instantly clear if the gunman had focused someone particular or if the shooting was random.

Police didn’t point out if there have been any further accidents.

None of the 4 who had been killed had been publicly recognized as of Wednesday evening.

Police later acquired data that the shooter could have left a bomb in a residence in Muskogee, Oklahoma, Muskogee police mentioned Wednesday evening. 

Surrounding properties had been both evacuated, or residents had been instructed to shelter in place. A bomb squad was on scene and police had been in the method of acquiring a search warrant, police mentioned.  

Muskogee is situated about 50 miles southeast of Tulsa. 

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt in a press release referred to as the shooting a “senseless act of violence and hatred,” including, “Sarah and I are praying for the families of those who lost their lives and for those who were injured.”

This is a creating story. It will likely be up to date as extra data turns into accessible.

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