Buffalo shooting: Gunman reportedly opens fire inside Minnesota health clinic

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A gunman opened fire inside a Minnesota health clinic Tuesday morning leaving at least five people critically wounded — and then a bomb went off inside the facility, reports said. 

Police responded to the Allina Health Clinic in Buffalo, about 40 miles northwest of Minneapolis, just before 11 a.m. local time, The Star Tribune reported. 

About 30 minutes later, a bomb exploded in the clinic, the outlet reported, citing emergency dispatch audio, forcing emergency medical workers to leave the clinic’s parking lot and set up from a safer distance.

At least five people are critically injured and the shooter, a male, has been taken into custody, the outlet reported, citing the audio. 

A rep for the clinic confirmed there was an active shooter at the medical center around 11:30 a.m. but did not provide further details, WCCO reported. 

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