"[ATF] is in route to a healthcare facility in Buffalo, Minnesota, after reports of an active shooter situation. No further details are available at this time," the agency said via Twitter.
Local television station KTSP, citing Buffalo Police Chief Pat Budke, reported that the shooting happened at the Allina Clinic Crossroads campus.
#BREAKING: Reports that a bomb exploded during a shooting at a health care clinic outside of Minneapolis. five people are said to be injured and a male suspect is in custody, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported, citing emergency dispatchers.— Brennan Prill ⚡︎ (@WxBrenn) February 9, 2021
Fox9 quoted a dispatcher who said that there are "multiple victims" as a result of the incident but the extent of their injuries is unknown.
The scene is a "disaster", the broadcaster added, citing a police source.
Budke said the situation has been contained and there is no longer a threat to the public, adding that there are victims but fatalities as of Tuesday morning. One person has been taken into custody, according to the report.