Baltimore (AP) - A gunman who wounded a doctor at Johns Hopkins hospital in
Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said the doctor, who was shot in the stomach, was undergoing surgery and is expected to survive.
"The doctor will be OK," Guglielmi said. "He's in the best place in the world - at Johns Hopkins hospital."
He said he did not know the relationship between the gunman - described as a man in his 30s - and the doctor. The hospital said in a statement that the doctor is a faculty physician but that it could not release more information because of privacy policies.
A small area of the hospital had been locked down before the gunman was killed, as about a dozen officers wearing vests and helmets and carrying assault weapons prepared to go into the hospital at . Guglielmi said the gunman had not taken any hostages, and people with appointments in other parts of the hospital were encouraged to keep them.
The FBI was assisting
According to the
The rest of the massive hospital, research and medical education complex remained open, including the emergency department.
With more than 30,000 employees, Johns Hopkins Medicine is among
Associated Press writer Ben Nuckols contributed to this report.