Boston shooting temporarily puts Museum of Fine Arts on lockdown


BOSTON — Police responded to a taking pictures close to the Museum of Tremendous Arts in Boston on Saturday. It occurred on Huntington Avenue round 11:15 a.m. 

One individual was shot, police mentioned. They have been transported to a close-by hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg. 

Doorways on the MFA have been locked for about an hour, the museum confirmed to WBZ-TV. 

“The Museum of Tremendous Arts, Boston (MFA), swiftly enacted security protocols on Saturday, July 23, in response to a police investigation of an lively taking pictures inside shut proximity to the Museum,” a press release mentioned. “Guests and employees have been suggested to stay in a safe location.” 

It reopened round 12:30 after confirming with police that the world was secure. 

No arrests have been made at the moment.

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