DEVELOPING STORY: The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center at Twentynine Palms, Calif., was put on lockdown Monday due to a report of shots fired, a spokesperson said. There’s no immediate word of injuries. This story will be updated.
UPDATE: The military says the gunfire was accidental. No injuries reported.
We have received reports of shots fired on board MCAGCC. The MCAGCC Provost Marshals Office is currently responding to the situation. The installation has entered a lockdown state and all personnel are required to shelter in place. We will issue updates when available.— The Combat Center (@CombatCenterPAO) May 23, 2022