Bleacher report today, which was the second day of the daylong shooting spree that has claimed six lives in Ohio.
On Wednesday, a man was shot and killed in a house on a quiet rural Ohio road.
On Thursday, a 24-year-old man was killed in an apartment on the same street.
And a 24 year old woman was found dead inside a home in a suburb of Cleveland.
A manhunt is ongoing for the gunman.
In addition to the three people killed, six others have been taken to hospitals with injuries that could include serious.
The shooting spree began early Wednesday at a home near Cleveland, where a man, identified as 27-year old Joshua Brown, opened fire inside.
His sister, 23-year year old Elizabeth Williams, and her boyfriend, 23 year old Jovanna Dickson, were also shot, according to a police report.
Police say Brown and Williams opened fire on the home, killing the man and wounding the woman and the boyfriend.
Investigators say the woman, who was pregnant at the time, was killed by the boyfriend’s gun.
A gun used to kill Dickson was found inside the home.
The Ohio Department of Health said in a news release that Brown and the other three people who died were from Ohio.
The shooter was identified as Joshua Brown.
He has been charged with murder and six counts of attempted murder.
Police are looking for two other people, who are in their 20s, in connection with the incident.
It is not known if they are connected to Brown.
The Cleveland Clinic released the following statement: We extend our deepest sympathies to the families and loved ones of the victims of the tragic shooting at our Cleveland Clinic.
We extend deep gratitude to the first responders who were at the scene and have been keeping their patients and our community safe.
Cleveland Clinic is deeply saddened by the senseless loss of life.
We are providing free medical care and resources to our patients and employees.
We have a team of compassionate, dedicated and dedicated caregivers who care for our patients in the emergency department and in the intensive care unit.
We also are committed to ensuring that our community can be a welcoming place for everyone and that our caregiving professionals are able to provide the care and support that we all need in times of crisis.
In addition to treating patients at our campus, Cleveland Clinic is actively participating in the national conversation about mental health.
In light of the tragedy, we are working to create a framework for future efforts that includes better coordination and accountability among mental health professionals and other community partners.
In a statement released on Thursday, the Cleveland Clinic said: We are grateful for the prompt response of the local authorities.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the victim and to the victims and their loved ones.
Our primary concern is the well-being of all of those who were injured in this tragic event.