A hospital in New Hampshire has been evacuated as police are investigating reports of an active shooter.
New Hampshire reporter Roger Carroll tweeted that "sources say father who shot and killed son and DH Newport location now locked down".
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon is now locked down following reports of an active shooter in the hospital.
Minutes later police said a person was in custody.
One person is in custody after an active-shooter report at a New Hampshire hospital, according to the city's website. It is not clear if the lockdown has been lifted.
Witnesses describe a "massive police response" of heavily-armed officers on campus.
People were told to avoid the area by the Lebanon police and traffic was stopped on a route leading to the hospital.
Lebanon police said they are still securing the area to make sure there are no further hazards at the scene.
Tim Ball, business administrator for Lebanon's public schools, said the district placed all five of its schools on lockdown as a precaution.
The hospital is about 2.6 miles, or a ten minute drive, from the university.
This a developing story. DCMS followed up with a report that police were sweeping the campus, with more info to come.