Lockdown has been imposed on a Muskegon hospital.
After a gunshot in Muskegon on Sunday, a guy was taken to the hospital.
The incident occurred around 5 p.m. at Smith Ryerson Park, which is located on Wood Street near Summer Avenue, according to the Muskegon Police Department. It said a 44-year-old man was shot.
There was a disturbance before the shooting, according to witnesses. Officers believe it was not a random act.
Muskegon police stated no one is in custody.
According to authorities, the man who was shot arrived at Trinity Health Muskegon, formerly Mercy Health, with non-life threatening injuries. He is expected to make a full recovery, according to his doctors.
Trinity Health Muskegon said in a statement that it had gone into a precautionary lockdown.
“Trinity Health Muskegon is currently on lockdown due to a shooting in the area. Out of an abundance of caution it is our policy to go into lockdown in situations like this for the safety of our patients and staff. We are not on diversion at this time, and are still accepting patients in our emergency department. All other visitors and guests are asked to wait until the lockdown is lifted.”
Mercy Health Mercy Campus, located at 1500 E Sherman Boulevard near US-31 in Muskegon, is under lockdown, according to a Mercy Health representative who spoke to FOX3 Now.
The police are looking into it. Call Muskegon police at 231.724.6750 or Silent Observer at 231.722.7463 if you have any information.