Man hurt in shooting on Arkansas children’s hospital campus

June 5, 2019

A man was shot in the leg in what authorities described as a random shooting on the campus of the Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, according to an article on the Security Today website.

The victim reportedly declined medical attention once officers arrived and is expected to survive.

The shooting took place less than a week after the Children’s Hospital experienced a false alarm of an active shooter.

A critical alert about an active shooter situation was mistakenly sent to hospital staff shortly before noon on May 21.

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