Active shooter reported at New Hampshire medical center

Active shooter reported at New Hampshire medical center

Active shooter reported at New Hampshire medical center

Latest: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon is now locked down following reports of an active shooter in the hospital.

Dartmouth College tweeted that police are looking for a man, 6-foot-1, with salt-and-pepper blond hair wearing a red camouflage shirt and believed to be carrying a camouflage backpack. There has been no confirmation of a shooting.

Neither police nor hospital officials identified the suspect and did not say if anyone was hurt.

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Police say that they have arrested an active shooter that forced New Hampshire's biggest hospital to go into lockdown.

Employees told WMUR that they had been evacuated or moved into a bank for safety. "Lebanon and New Hampshire State police have been alerted and are on-site". The local police also responded in mass.

"Code silver" indicates that a violent situation is unfolding. The hospital urged those who could safely flee to do so and those who could not to shelter in place.

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The college said uniformed officers are "sweeping" Dartmouth-Hitchcock facilities "to ensure the buildings are safe on the Lebanon campus".

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