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Tulsa Hospital Shooting: Gunman Kills Four, Including Surgeon, Following Back Surgery Incident




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In a tragic incident at a hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, a gunman took the lives of four individuals before turning the weapon on himself, Your Content has learned.

Police have revealed that the shooter, identified as 45-year-old Michael Louis, had undergone back surgery performed by Dr. Preston Phillips at St. Francis Hospital several weeks prior to the incident.

According to authorities, Louis had expressed dissatisfaction with the outcome of the surgery, citing persistent back pain.

On May 31, he had a meeting with Dr. Phillips regarding his concerns. Disturbingly, Louis made the decision to target Dr. Phillips and anyone else who obstructed his plan the following day.

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In a chilling turn of events, police discovered that less than three hours before the shooting spree, Louis had legally purchased an AR-15 rifle from a local gun store.

The weapon was the primary firearm used in the attack. Tragically, the victims of the shooting include Dr. Stephanie Husen, receptionist Amanda Green, and patient William Love.

During their investigation, authorities found a total of 37 shell casings at the scene, with 30 originating from the AR-15 rifle and an additional seven from a handgun Louis had acquired from a local pawn shop on May 29.

The incident has left the community in shock and mourning as they try to comprehend the devastating loss caused by this senseless act of violence, according to INDEPENDENT.

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