TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Police in Arizona say a series of attacks Sunday afternoon have ended with five people shot, including two fatalities, and two or three children missing.

Tucson police Chief Chris Magnus told news outlets that a 35-year-old man is accused of opening fire on an ambulance crew, shooting two paramedics.

Then, the suspect is accused of driving up to the scene of a house fire and shooting firefighters and neighbors trying to douse the flames.

One neighbor was shot and killed.

A firefighter and another neighbor were also shot.

A body was found in the burned home and two or three children who lived there are missing.

A police officer encountered the suspect and shot him. The suspect is in critical condition.


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