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Reports of an Active Shooter at a Houston Hospital

Police said so no injuries or evidence of gunfire were found.

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What we know:

—Houston police are responding to reports of shots fired at Ben Taub hospital.

—There are no reports of injuries, police say.

—This is a developing story and we’ll be following it here. All updates are in Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5).

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Houston Police Say No Evidence of Shooting, Injuries at Ben Taub Hospital

The Houston Police Department said no injuries or evidence of gunfire were found at Ben Taub Hospital amid reports of an active shooter Tuesday at the medical facility. Chief Art Acevedo told reporters that police and SWAT team members conducted two full searches of the hospital in response to reports of gunfire at approximately 2 p.m. CT, adding: “If there was a threat, that threat is not present here now.” Acevedo said authorities would soon return control of the hospital to its staff, but that SWAT team members would maintain a presence on every floor as a “precautionary measure.”

Police Respond to Reports of a Shooter

The Houston Police Department tweeted: