New York native injured in Fort Hood shooting

By Amy Khuu
By Chelsea Bishop

New York native injured in Fort Hood shooting

April 3, 2014 Updated Apr 3, 2014 at 12:05 AM EDT

(WBNG Binghamton) A Major in the U.S. Army, with ties to Upstate New York, was one of 16 people injured in a shooting at Fort Hood in Texas on Wednesday.

Four people are dead, and one of the dead was the shooter.

According to a CBS affiliate, Patrick Miller, a two-time combat veteran, was injured in the shooting at the U.S. base. He underwent surgery Wednesday night and his current condition is unknown.

Miller attended St. Bonaventure University, and majored in physical education and science before graduating in 2003. While in college, he was in the ROTC. After graduating, he joined the Army.

According to Miller's Facebook, he went to Syracuse University, graduating in 2009, where he got his Masters Business Administration and Executive Masters of Public Administration.

A gunman opened fire on the Fort Hood base. The shooter later died of what appears to be a self-inflicted wound.

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