Shooter 'neutralized' on roof near San Francisco hospital - police

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Police responded to reports of a gunman on the roof of a construction site near St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco on Wednesday, local media reported. Law enforcement said the suspect was "neutralized" and later confirmed his death.

A shelter-in-place was ordered at the hospital, according to NBC Bay Area.

According to KRON 4 News, a shooting was reported at 3555 Cesar Chavez Street. The outlet reported that the gunman appeared to be dead, and the man's death was later confirmed by police.

In the aerial images, what appears to be a man slumped over on top of a red construction elevator can be seen.

When police responded to the scene, officers threw flash bangs during what looked to be a confrontation, according to NBC Bay Area.

The gunman was reportedly a Hispanic man in a white hat and overalls, according to CBS San Francisco. The outlet stated that a local businessman said he heard two shots ring out around 4:30 p.m. local time.