Two Department of Defense civilian workers who were shot by a sailor at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Wednesday have died, local media report.
Honolulu NBC affiliate KHNL reports that the third victim, a 36-year-old man, is being treated at Qeen's Medical Center. The news station reports that the sailor fatally shot himself.
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam officials say the person responsible for a shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard is a U.S. sailor.
Via its official Twitter account, the base says the sailor shot and injured three Department of Defense civilian workers before shooting himself.
The base said one person was killed in the incident, but did not specify whether the person who died was the shooter or one of the victims.
In another tweet, officials said the names of the victims will not be released until their next of kin have been notified.
The base is no longer on lockdown.
The sailor reportedly shot and injured three Department of Defense civilian workers before shooting themself. The incident took place this afternoon at the vicinity of the shipyard’s Dry Dock 2. The base is no longer in lockdown. #PearlHarbor— Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (@JointBasePHH) December 5, 2019
At least three people have been injured — two of them critically — in a shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shiphard in Hawaii, local media report.
Honolulu NBC affiliate KHNL reports that several civilians are among the victims, and the shooter has been "secured."
The news station reports that first responders were first called to the scene around 2:30 p.m., local time.
CNN reports that security forces at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam have responded to the reported shooting as well.