FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — A U.S. Army spokesman says the Fort Hood shootings suspect is alive and was not killed by authorities responding to the attack.
Lt. Gen. Bob Cone also says the death toll from the attack remains 12 after another victim died.
Authorities said immediately after Thursday's attack that they had killed the suspected shooter. But Cone now says the suspected shooter is alive and stable condition.
Cone offered little explanation to reporters at a news conference as to why the suspect was believed dead, saying only there was confusion at the hospital.