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Several People Shot At Phoenix Office Complex; Gunman On The Loose

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PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police are searching for a gunman who opened fire at an office building, wounding three people, one of them critically.
    
Sgt. Tommy Thompson said the remaining two victims' injuries were less severe. He said police do not believe the shooting was a random act. Police believe there was only one shooter.
    
A SWAT team surrounded a house 7 miles from the shooting scene that police said is connected to the shooting.
    
The gunfire prompted terrified workers throughout the complex to lock the doors to their offices and hide far from the windows. SWAT officers searched the building.
    
The shooting took place on the same day that hearings on legislation to address gun violence were convened in Washington, with former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords testifying for stricter gun controls.

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PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police say one person shot at an office complex was in extremely critical condition. Two others who were shot had less severe injuries.
    
Sgt. Tommy Thompson says police do not believe the Wednesday morning shooting was a random act. They do not know the whereabouts of the shooter.
    
Fire Capt. Scott McDonald says all those shot had life-threatening wounds. He said two other people had minor injuries that he would not describe in detail.

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PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police say three people have been shot at an office complex. Their conditions are unknown and there is no suspect in custody.
    
Officer James Holmes says the victims were taken to hospitals. He didn't know if their injuries are life threatening.
    
Holmes says police so far believe there was only one shooter but don't know his whereabouts.
    
He says police were given conflicting information about the suspect leaving the scene.

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BREAKING UPDATE: PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police say someone shot several people in office complex. The shooter remains at large. The extent of the victims injuries are unknown. Standby for more details.

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BREAKING: Police are on the scene of a shooting in Phoenix. At least 2 have been shot at a business complex, according to CNN.

It's not clear if there's a shooter on the loose, standby for more details.

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