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Gunshot fired into Howard University Hospital

A stray bullet shattered a window and lodged into a wall at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., on the morning of July 15, according to local TV station NBC4.

Two people who were chasing another person opened fire near the hospital's entrance just before 10 a.m. on July 15, according to NBC4, which cited information from the Howard University Department of Public Safety. The bullet that entered the hospital narrowly missed a woman's head and lodged into a wall in the OB-GYN department, according to the report.

Local police and the hospital are investigating the shooting, according to NBC4.

Access the full NBC4 article here.

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