MI hospital worker sues, says he was tapped to play active shooter in unannounced drill

Brandon Woodruff said he has participated in a couple of drills during his employment as a laborer at Hawthorn Center, a youth psychiatric hospital in Northville Township that cares for some of the most vulnerable children in Michigan.

Fire and tornado drills.

But the drill in which he said he was tapped to participate four days before Christmas was unlike any he had done before: an active shooter drill in which he was one of two employees cast in the role of shooter. A drill during which frightened workers called 911, heavily armed officers responded and Woodruff found himself handcuffed and detained.

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