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The Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio confirmed that security forces and the fire department are responding to reports of an incident in the hospital building on base.

“At approximately 12:40 p.m. today, base emergency responders, including security forces and fire department, responded to a reported incident in building 830, the Wright-Patt Hospital. There are no additional details at this time. Information will be released as it is available,” the base posted on its Twitter.

The article goes on to state the following:

All those on base received an alertthat said: “Emergency responders are enroute. All WPAFB Gates are Close. All personnel take cover. Limit all communication to emergency use only.”

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base sent out additional announcements on Twitter 40 minutes later, stating they were responding to a reported active shooter incident at the base hospital:

At approximately 12:40 p.m., base emergency responders (security forces, fire department) responded to a reported Active Shooter incident at the base hospital. Base personnel have been directed to shelter in place until the incident is investigated.

Our first priority in any emergency incident is to protect the men and women at Wright-Patt. Our base security forces defenders and fire department personnel are trained to quickly assess situations and take necessary action. An investigation is under way.

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