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BREAKING: Mass shooting at Tusla medical clinic, four dead including shooter

Capt. Richard Meulenberg gave a short press conference about the shooting at the Warren Clinic in Tulsa, to say that multiple civilians were shot and there were several injuries.

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A mass shooting at a Tusla, Okla. hospital on Wednesday night saw multiple people shot. According to local police there were "potentially multiple casualties."

Four were confirmed dead per a statement from the police, and from Tusla City Councilman Jayme Fowler.

Capt. Richard Meulenberg gave a short press conference about the shooting at the Warren Clinic in Tulsa, to say that multiple civilians were shot and there were several injuries.

Many police responded to the scene, and the shooter is dead, according to the Tulsa Police Department. The police had responded to a call reporting that a man armed with a rifle was at the Natalie Building at St. Francis Hospital.

Police cleared the hospital floor by floor.

Details are still emerging.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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