Zuckerburg San Francisco General Hospital treats YouTube shooting victims: 6 things to know

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Zuckerburg San Francisco General Hospital received three patients following a shooting at YouTube's San Bruno, Calif., headquarters April 3, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Here are six things to know.

1. The San Bruno police department said four people were taken to local hospitals following the incident. Three of those people had gunshot wounds.

2. The three patients taken to the San Francisco hospital included: a 36-year-old man in critical condition, a 32-year-old woman in serious condition and a 27-year-old woman in fair condition.

3. Andre Campbell, MD, a trauma surgeon at Zuckerburg General Hospital, did not disclose details about the victim's injuries, but said they did not undergo surgery as of late afternoon April 3, according to the LA Times.

4. One patient was transported to a nearby Stanford Hospital in San Francisco after injuring his or her ankle while fleeing the scene, according to The Washington Post. 

5. Numerous emergency calls flooded in around 12:46 p.m. PST reporting gunfire in the courtyard of the YouTube campus. Officers arrived on scene minutes later. Upon arrival, officers found one victim with a gunshot wound to a lower extremity and later found a deceased woman with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The deceased woman was later identified as the shooter.

6. The suspected shooter was identified as 39-year-old Nasim Aghdam from San Diego, according to Action News Now. Her family has said Ms. Aghdam developed a grudge against YouTube after a change in its filtering policy caused her to lose followers.

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