Active shooter call at Air Force base was false alarm

WCPO Published August 2, 2018 0 Plays

Rumble Hours after a 911 call from the Wright-Patterson Medical Center prompted emergency responders in armored vehicles and unmarked cars to swarm the Air Force base, installation commander Col. Tom Sherman announced it had been a false alarm. There had never been a threat inside the on-base hospital. Instead, the still-unidentified 911 caller had mistaken an ongoing active shooter training exercise for the real thing.

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