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Up to five people are wounded after gunman opens fire and detonates four homemade bombs at urgent care clinic in Minnesota

A suspected gunman opened fire at the Allina Health Clinic on Crossroads Campus Drive in Wright County late Tuesday morning, according to the Star Tribune. Just 30 minutes after the shooting, a bomb then reportedly detonated in the family medicine and urgent care clinic at the facility. A male suspect has been taken into custody and a flight ban has been issued over the area while an investigation continues. Police responded to the scene at about 10:55 a.m. Tuesday to reports of shots fired, according to police dispatch audio.


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