Authorities identify one victim in Dallas hospital shooting
Investigators announced Thursday night that they believe there is only one victim in the hospital shooting that killed five and wounded dozens in a nursing home in north Dallas.
DALLAS – Investigators announced Thursday night that they believe there is only one victim in the hospital shooting that killed five and wounded dozens in a nursing home in north Dallas.
The victims range in age from 77 to 92.
Two people who were involved in an earlier scuffle at the apartment complex were taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds.
There was also a report of gunfire in the nearby parking lot, but no one was arrested or shot.
The FBI is leading the investigation at the nursing home, which has 20 units, including a care facility.
Investigators have said the incident began with a disturbance involving some nursing home workers. They said they’ve been trying to speak to the people involved.
Authorities said the victim is a 91-year-old woman who had been alone in her room and was found dead.
One of the witnesses, a man, was taken to a hospital with a possible gunshot wound, according to the Dallas police spokesman.
The two people in a nearby SUV, who apparently were involved in a scuffle with the nurses, were taken to a hospital, police said.
The man has been identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, 38, of Keller, Texas. He was charged with a felony warrant of aggravated assault.
The woman is identified as Carol Sue Hall, 80, of Plano, who worked in the home’s care facility and has a gunshot to the chest, police said.
The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office said it is waiting for the results of an autopsy before determining cause of death.
Dallas police Sgt. Johnny Harris said there is no indication that the people who were involved in the earlier incident have fled.
It’s unclear what led to the sc