One of the five victims in Tuesday’s mass shooting at an Allina Health clinic in Buffalo did not survive their injuries.   A spokesperson for Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis confirmed that a victim transported there has died.   Buffalo Mayor Teri Lachermeier:

“We gotta be there for these people that are needing us, we gotta reach out and in this time of covid when you can’t physically hug someone, we gotta reach out by phone and make sure everybody’s okay.”

The other four were taken to North Memorial in Robbinsdale where three are in critical, but stable condition. One victim was discharged Tuesday afternoon.   Buffalo police arrested 67-year-old suspect Gregory P. Ulrich and they believe that he acted alone. A former neighbor of Ulrich tells the Star Tribune that he is addicted to painkillers and was upset that his doctor wouldn’t give him high doses.   Wright County authorities say Ulrich will make his first court appearance Thursday morning.