US special police killed on Saturday a prisoner who took a nurse as hostage at an IL hospital, ending an hours-long standoff.
Authorities say two nurses were taken hostage at different times during an hours-long standoff with an armed jail inmate at a northern IL hospital.
Officials at the hospital and the sheriff's office did not immediately respond to requests for details. The corrections officer managed to get away but the hostage situation continued on for several hours while the hospital was on lockdown.
Gengler said it's common for inmates to be treated at Delnor, since it is near the jail.
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" It's pretty hectic", Lieutenant Pat Gengler of the Kane County Sheriff's Department told FOX 32 Chicago. Gengler identified the inmate as 21-year-old Tywon Salters.
A Kane County police officer monitors the scene at Northwestern.
Hostage negotiators and the SWAT team rushed to the hospital when the incident began at around 1pm local time, according to Kane County Sheriff's spokesman Patrick Gengler.
State police will investigate the use of force, according to the statement.
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Negotiations broke down and the SWAT team broke into the room where the man was and fatally shot him, police said. Salters, who was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle from the Elgin Police Department, has been in police custody since April 11.
She said that the hospital has policies and trainings in place for emergency situations such as these.
Media reports had said earlier that no one was injured during the incident.
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