Reports of shooting at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon

The hospital said it's assessing the situation and that Lebanon and N.H. State Police are on-site.

Police say that they have arrested an active shooter that forced New Hampshire's biggest hospital to go into lockdown.

A suspect is in custoy after federal, state and local law enforcement officials responded to a shooting at New Hampshire's largest hospital Tuesday afternoon.

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The state attorney general's office is investigating.

No details about the person were released by Lebanon police, who said the person was apprehended about 2:27 p.m.

As quoted by AP, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center spokesman Mike Barwell said that the hospital is "currently locked down". Police flooded the scene and reports of a suspect in custody started coming in about an hour after the first reports of the incident.

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Dartmouth College also clarified its Hanover campus is not on lockdown and classes are going on as scheduled; however, it asked people to not go back to the Lebanon campus and that a family and visitor center is being set up.

The incident occurred at 1.27pm when an "active shooter" call was placed to authorities, according to local reports. DCMS followed up with a report that police were sweeping the campus, with more info to come.

No further information was immediately available, but the investigation remains ongoing.

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