Here's what we know about the shooting at NAS Pensacola
Here's what we know right about about the active shooting at Naval Air Station in Pensacola.Main story: Active shooter at NAS Pensacola confirmed dead; 11 patients transported to area hospitals
Shooter reported at Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida ; base locked down. Annie Blanks Grace Hauck. The reports come two days after a U . S . Navy sailor shot three people, then killed himself at Pearl Harbor. NAS Pensacola , situated in Escambia County, employs more than 16,000 military and
There is an active shooter on a Pensacola , Florida , naval base . This is the second shooting incident on a Navy base in the last week. A 22-year-old active-duty sailor opened fire on three civilian employees, killing two, before he fatally shot himself at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard near
One other person killed during "active shooter" episode at U.S. Navy Base in Florida - U.S. Navy.
This is a breaking news story. Here's Reuters' earlier version:
Dec 6 (Reuters) - Authorities said there had been an "active shooter" on Friday at Naval Air Station Pensacola, a U.S. Navy base in Florida, before saying the shooter was dead a few minutes later, according to the Escambia County Sheriff's.
The circumstances of the episode remained unclear.
Amber Southard, a sheriff's spokeswoman, said there was a shooter on the base in Florida's Panhandle. Within a few minutes, her office said in a statement that "the shooter is confirmed dead." The statement did not provide further information.
On Wednesday, a sailor shot three civilians at the historic Pearl Harbor military base in Hawaii, killing two of them before taking his own life.
All eight people injured in NAS Pensacola shooting released from hospital .
More than a week after the deadly shooting at NAS Pensacola, all eight of the people who were injured have been released from the hospital. Base officials confirmed Saturday that the last person who was hospitalized has since been discharged.The shooting Dec. 6 resulted in the deaths of four people — including the gunman, a second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force — and the wounding of eight others.Three young naval aviators were killed in the attack, Airman Mohammed Sameh Haitham, 19; Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23; and Airman Apprentice Cameron Scott Walters, 21.© John Blackie/jblackie@pnj.