LAS VEGAS - Police say the incident at Summerlin Hospital on Wednesday, March 22, turned out to be a 'false alarm.'
Officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department are now working to determine if the report about an armed man was valid.
The call came in around 9:37 a.m. reporting a man entered the hospital with a gun. Police now say the report was unfounded.
There was no shooting and no one injured, police said. The hospital is returning to business as usual.
"On behalf of Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, we would like to thank the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for their quick and incredible response to what turned out to be a false alarm reported earlier today. We are grateful for your service."
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