BAKERSFIELD, CA- Active shooting took place at the Mercy Southwest Hospital on Wednesday around 8 p.m.
Police did research in the hospital.
They couldn’t find evidence of an active shooter.
A press conference was held concerning “Code black’’ lockdown.
Bakersfield Police Sergeant Brian Holcombe says that one of the workers of the hospital called the police at 7:57 P.M.
The person told that there was a possible active shooter.
Bruce Peters, the operator at the hospital, made announcement of a ‘’code black’’, said the CEO of Mercy South West Hospital.
He also said that he is not sure about the origin of the alert.
Fortunately, everybody is safe.
As far as he knows there wasn’t any gunman in the hospital.
100 emergency personnel was in charge of things.
No shots were fired. By the time police officers arrived, they didn’t hear any shots.
Some business located nearby were lockdown.