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Buffalo MN Shooting: Suspect Has Been Identified



At least five people were injured and the suspect was taken into custody after a shooting at Allina Health Clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota.

According to reports gathered, three people were seriously injured and taken out.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Waltz said there was “an active shooter situation, some improvised explosive devices.” The FBI and ATF is involved in the investigation because of the explosive devices.

Revealing this to the  CNN was Holler who said that there were no bombs at the scene.

However, at 2 p.m. At around 20:00, the first respondents took something from inside the polyclinic and put it in a bulletproof vest attached to the Minneapolis Police Bomb Squad. This is evidenced by the video of WCCO, a subsidiary of CNN.

Several other law enforcement officials said they were responding to the incident.

A suspect identified as Gregory Ulrich has been placed in custody and WCCO has now confirmed his full identity.


Gregory Ulrich is a 67-year-old man from Buffalo. He is currently in custody in the Wright County Jail.

According to Wright County Sheriff’s Office officials, they received at 10:54 a.m. a report of shots fired at 755 Crossroads Campus Drive. Officers with Buffalo police and deputies with Wright County responded.

An Allina representative confirmed at 11:30 a.m. that there was an “active shooter” situation at the Buffalo clinic.

A spokesman for the Department of Public Health said he did not immediately know if the clinic had administered COVID-19 vaccines. Alina’s spokeswoman referred all questions to the Buffalo Police and Wright County Sheriff’s Office.

Tom Emer, Republican Republican Representative in Buffalo, Minnesota, wrote in a tweet that he prays for the clinic staff and patients.

“My staff and I are in touch with the Allina team and we hope that this terrible situation will be resolved quickly and peacefully,” Emer said.

Democrat Dean Phillips, a Democrat representing the suburbs of the nearby Western subway, tweeted that he was appalled by the violence.

He wrote: “Targeting those who dedicate their lives to saving others is as shocking as it is horrible.” “Prayer for the victims, their families, our community.”

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