FOX NEWS - An active shooter was reported Tuesday at the Naval Medical Center San Diego, according to the center’s Facebook page- but an investigation so far has found no evidence of shots fired.
The message advises occupants to “run hide or fight.” Non-emergency response personnel were asked to avoid the compound at 34800 Bob Wilson Drive. The center posted that the shooter was believed to be in Building 26.
However, there is "no evidence of a shooting" following an initial sweep of the building, a Navy spokesman told a spokesman for Fox 5 in San Diego.
According to initial reports, three shots were heard in the basement of the building, which is a combination of a gym and barrack. There are no reports of injuries.
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