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by Daveda Gruber:

DAYTON, Ohio:  On Thursday federal and state authorities in armored vehicles and unmarked cars made their way onto a extensive Air Force base in Ohio state in the course of reports of an active shooter at a medical center.

Workers at Wright-Patterson were told to shelter in place on the extensive base.

WHIO-TV reported that an announcement was made at the medical center telling some people inside the building to leave the premise with their hands on their heads.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said via Twitter:

Wright-Patterson sent a tweet:

Stacey Geiger who is with the base’s public affairs office said the base was on lockdown but she had no other information to release.

Local police were and still are directing traffic away from the base. It is Ohio’s largest single-site employer. It has more than 27,000 civilian employees and military personnel.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the local police also have/had officers at the base.

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