One person has died while three others continue to fight for their lives after a shooting on Tuesday at a medical clinic.
Suspect Gregory Paul Ulrich stormed Allina Health Urgent Care in Buffalo, Minnesota.
He also has a history with the police and was “unhappy” with his health care, Buffalo Police Chief Pat Budke told media.
“The history that we have as a department with this individual makes it most likely that this incident was targeted with this facility or someone in that facility,” he said today.
Officials said they believed it was an isolated incident and the gunman who is now in custody, named as Ulrich, 67, acted alone.
At around 11 am local time, at 755 Crossroads Campus Drive in Buffalo, cops were called about an active shooter incident.
Police and SWAT teams rushed to the incident and later found “some improvised explosive devices”, Minnesota Gob. Tim Walz said.
Five people were rushed to the hospital, said Kelly Spratt, president of Buffalo Hospital Allina Health.
Three of the four patients were stable but in a critical condition, the hospital said.
The fourth patient was discharged.
One of the people injured died, Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis confirmed.