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North Carolina hospital locked down after shooting

Hospital Safety Insider, December 11, 2014

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A hospital in Kinston, North Carolina was locked down briefly November 28 after a teenager showed up at the facility with gunshot wounds, according to a report from WCTI-TV.

According to the report, the lockdown at Lenoir Memorial hospital was triggered around 10:30 p.m. when 19-year-old Kendrick Gant, 19, was driven to the hospital by a friend, and indicated to staff that he had been shot at a nearby apartment complex.

Earlier reports indicated that the lockdown lasted for about two hours, but that there were no other details of the shooting.

 



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