Un pediatra texano spara fatalmente a un altro medico ea se stesso durante la situazione degli ostaggi ad Austin, dice la polizia

Un pediatra del Texas a cui è stato diagnosticato un cancro terminale ha ucciso un altro pediatra durante una situazione di ostaggio prima di puntare la pistola su se stesso, secondo un Austin Police Department news release.

Dispatchers received a call on Tuesday saying a man walked into the offices of Children’s Medical Group with a gun and was holding hostages inside the building.
Initially several hostages were being held, ha detto la polizia, but several escaped and others were allowed to leave, except Dr. Katherine Dodson, a pediatrician at CMG. Hostages told officers the man was armed with with a pistol and what appeared to be a shotgun, ha detto la polizia. He also had two duffel bags.
The armed man was identified as Dr. Bharat Narumanchi, 43, a pediatrician who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, ha detto la polizia. He had visited the CMG office a week prior to the shooting and applied for a volunteer position. Other than his recent visit, police were unable to find a connection between Dodson and Narumanchi.
    Flowers are left at Children's Medical Group on West 35th Street on January 27, 2021.

    Hostage negotiators then arrived on scene and tried to make contact with Narumanchi, but were unsuccessful. After repeated attempts, SWAT officers entered the building where they found Dodson and Narumanchi dead from apparent gunshot wounds.
    It appeared that Dr. Narumanchi shot himself after shooting Dr. Dodson,” according to the police department’s news release. The incident is still under investigation.
    The Travis County Medical Examiner will be conducting an autopsy to determine the official cause and manner of death.
    Flowers draped the sign of CMG Wednesday as the community mourned Dodson’s death, secondo CNN affiliate KEYE-TV.
    Dott. Katherine Dodson

      Dodson, 43, joined CMG as a pediatrician in 2017, the medical center’s website said. She was a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and was married with three children, the website said.
      She has the nicest bedside manner,” Michelle Sweitzer told KEYE-TV. “She tells your children, 'Ti amo’ and puts them at ease and is the sweetest, kindest caring doctor.

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