BALTIMORE (WJZ) — At least five people have been hospitalized to be treated for gunshot wounds after someone opened fire at a Rite Aid distribution center in Harford County Thursday morning.
Four people were taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital and one person was taken to Christiana Hospital in Delaware for treatment.
The person taken to Christiana Hospital in Delaware was released. Officials did not give details on that person’s condition.
The trauma medical director for Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Ray Fang, confirmed four people were taken to the hospital. Two are in stable condition as of 2:30 p.m., and the other two were “seriously injured.”
Two of the five people taken to the hospital have died, but officials for the two hospitals cannot give further details. One of those who died at the hospital is the 26-year-old female suspect.
All four adults were suffering from a single gunshot wound.
Dr. Fang also would not comment on if one of the people taken to the hospital was the shooter. At this time they are no longer releasing information on the patients.
What We Know:
- Three people were killed, three others injured in a workplace shooting in Harford County.
- The shooting happened at the Rite Aid Distribution Center near Aberdeen.
- The call came in to police at 9:06 a.m.
- The lone female shooter died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
- Five people are receiving treatment at hospitals in Baltimore and Delaware.
- A family reunification center is set up at the Level Volunteer Fire House, 3633 Level Village Rd. in Havre de Grace.
- The Harford County Information Hotline in the EOC (410-838-5800) has been activated for family & loved ones.
- Authorities have identified the suspect as 26-year-old Snochia Moseley, who was a temp employee at the Rite Aid distribution center.