Police Seal Off Crime Scene: Bullet-riddled Car Sparks Tension at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center!

On Thursday evening, officers from the Columbus Police Department and Ohio State University laid up crime scene tape at a hospital located on the campus of the university.

The two agencies are conducting an investigation into a vehicle that had apparent bullet holes as well as a victim who went to the Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University with a gunshot wound. Both of these incidents occurred at around 5:41 p.m. The victim was linked to a gunshot that had been reported earlier in South Linden, according to the police.

As of 6:30 p.m., neither governmental agency has revealed any information on the victim, including the extent of their injuries or any information regarding a probable perpetrator. However, they did make it clear that the incident that took place at 5:17 p.m. did not take place on the Ohio State University campus; rather, it took place on the 1100 block of East 21st Avenue.

The hospital was the location of the vehicles of both the Ohio State University police and the Columbus policemen, as evidenced by photographs taken at the incident. Crime scene tape was prepared by the authorities and placed in close proximity to the campus guideposts. Another picture showed a car that was contained within the crime scene tape. The back glass of the vehicle was damaged, and there were evident gunshot wounds on the door of the rear automobile.

The victim, who was found at Wexner Medical Center, is the second person to be found with gunshot wounds resulting from the event that took place in South Linden, according to the police. According to the Columbus police, a second person was transported to Grant Medical Center in a separate incident and placed in stable condition.

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