TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A Tucson fire spokeswoman says two ambulances were sent to an Air Force base that's on lockdown amid unconfirmed reports of gunfire.
A Davis-Monthan Air Force Base spokesperson would not confirm that shots had been fired or if anyone has been wounded.
Senior Airman Timothy Dunaway says traffic has been reduced to a single-point entry but he refused to elaborate.
He says two elementary schools on the base are on lockdown.
Tucson fire spokeswoman Trish Tracy says that besides the ambulances, two fire trucks were dispatched to the base.
Davis-Monthan is adjacent to the Pima Air & Space Museum and the "boneyard" for old military and government airplanes that is a popular destination for aviation enthusiasts.