Pittsburgh police searched the apartment of the man who opened fire in the lobby of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, killing one man and injuring seven others.
There was a heavy presence of security outside of Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland one day after a deadly shooting rampage.
University of Pittsburgh police gave more insight into the shooter’s actions and the police response to the tragedy at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland.
One of the seven victims injured during the shooting at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland has been released from the hospital. The 54-year-old woman was released Friday. UPMC has not made her name public.
Pittsburgh Police have identified the shooter who opened fire at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.
The horror that was Thursday afternoon won’t soon be forgotten by those who work in Oakland.
The investigation continues today following a deadly shooting at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland Thursday afternoon.
Just who would enter a psychiatric hospital with two semi-automatic handguns and go on a shooting rampage? Officials still don’t know. Police sources are telling KDKA that the shooter had no identification.
More details have been revealed about the deadly shooting at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic this afternoon.
A woman who was inside Western Psych during the shooting is telling her story. The woman did not want her name used. “[I] was just standing at Western Psych and this gentleman came in and just started opening fire,” she said.
Police went door to door in Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, making sure there was no second gunman. As floors were cleared, some employees were allowed to leave.
Authorities say two people are dead and seven were injured in a shooting at Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic in Oakland this afternoon.