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2 dead, including gunman after shooting at New Hampshire State Hospital in Concord

“There are multiple victims,” police said.



Update: News Hampshire state hospital victim identified as 63-year-old Bradley Haas. Bradley Haas of Franklin, N.H., was working at the hospital’s front lobby entrance when an unidentified assailant shot him at around 3:30 p.m. Friday, according to a statement from the New Hampshire attorney general’s office.

During Friday afternoon, a shooter initiated gunfire in a state-operated hospital in Concord, New Hampshire, resulting in the death of one person.

In response, a state trooper fatally shot the gunman, as confirmed by police during a news conference.

The identity of the gunman remains unknown, according to New Hampshire State Police Mark Hall.

Original Report:

Following a shooting at New Hampshire Hospital in Concord on Friday, authorities reported that a suspect is deceased, and multiple individuals have sustained injuries.

New Hampshire State Police received the call at 4 p.m., stating, “There are multiple victims.”

Additionally, New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management acknowledged the situation in separate social media statements.

The agency conveyed that police are present on the scene and actively responding. By around 4:45 p.m., New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management stated that the situation had been contained.

The area remained dynamic, as observed by SKY7-HD, with an abundance of emergency vehicles and personnel.

Situated on Clinton Street in Concord, New Hampshire Hospital is described on the Department of Health and Human Services’ website as the state’s “premier, acute psychiatric hospital.”

No additional information was immediately provided.

This is a developing story that will be updated when more information is available.