One person was taken into custody in connection with reports of an active shooter at New Hampshire's largest hospital.
New Hampshire's attorney general says a patient was killed at the state's largest hospital by a family member.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald gave more information Tuesday night on what prompted an active shooter alert inside the intensive care unit at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon.
He identified the slain patient as a 70-year-old woman and said the shooter was a relative. He says no one else was injured.
Authorities have said a person was taken into custody while trying to leave the grounds of the hospital.
Rhode Island State Police have identified the person taken into custody as a Rhode Island resident. A state police spokeswoman says the suspect's car had Rhode Island license plates so New Hampshire police reached out for help in identifying the person.
Police say they are investigating reports of an active shooter at New Hampshire's largest hospital.
Lebanon police said Tuesday that they are investigating reports of an active shooter at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
A spokesman for the hospital, Mike Barwell, would say only that they have reported "an incident" to police and that officers are responding.
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