KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A taxi driver who drove a gunman to a Tennessee hospital says the man pulled a gun from his waist and started shooting women outside the hospital, killing a woman before he committed suicide.
Freddys Sakleh told The Associated Press that he drove the gunman to Parkview Medical Center on Monday. He says the gunman gave him $20 and told him to wait.
The cab driver says he called 911 to report the shooting rampage and then saw the gunman shoot himself to death in the head.
Two other women were injured and are hospitalized. The family of Ariane Reagan Guerin says they are hearing promising information about her prognosis. The family of the other victim, Nancy Chancellor, says she's doing well.
The gunman has not been identified.
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