Four killed in shooting at hospital in Turkish capital

A hospital worker in the Turkish capital Ankara on Friday shot dead four colleagues following a personal dispute, reports said.


The individual, who works in the pharmacy department of the Ankara University Hospital, got into an argument with several colleagues while at work, the state run Anadolu Agency reported.

He then pulled out a weapon and opened fire, killing three of his colleagues on the spot, while the fourth later succumbed to his wounds, the report said.

The employee, who was identified as Enver T., was detained, telling police that his colleagues had accused him of theft, prompting him to turn a gun on them.