St Vincent and the Grenadines: Patient shot at Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, accused caught

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St Vincent and the Grenadines: A patient in the ward of Milton Cato Memorial Hospital was shot on Tuesday and is currently undergoing medical treatment. The individual responsible for the shooting incident has been arrested by the officials of St Vincent and the Grenadines. 

The victim has been identified as Connel Jack, a resident of Ottley Hall and the identity of the accused is not known yet. The officials are probing the matter in detail and have requested the community to assist the authorities in providing important information. 

As per the details shared by the authorities, an unknown person bypassed security measures at the checkpoints and gained unauthorized access to the hospital grounds. On reaching there, the man started searching for a particular male patient whom he shot and upon locating him, he fired the gun at the victim twice before attempting to flee the area. 

Meanwhile, it was mentioned by the authorities that no other patients or staff members were harmed or injured during the shooting incident that took place at Milton Cato Memorial Hospital. 

According to the reports, the accused also suffered injury while he was trying to flee the area. As a consequence, he is receiving medical treatment from the same hospital and is aiding the authorities with the investigation. 

The authorities appreciated the staff members for their bravery and diligently performing their duties even following the shooting incident. 

The Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force have promised to investigate thoroughly into the matter to prevail justice for the victim. Moreover, the authorities have ensured that they are imposing strict measures, ensuring the safety and security of the citizens of the nation. 

They have promised to make continuous efforts in order to maintain peace and order in the country so that every citizen can live freely without any fear of threat and danger. 

The Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force has also asked the citizens with any kind of information to contact the authorities at 999/457-1211, the nearest police station or any police officer.  

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