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This physician-representative treated House Majority Whip on the scene of shooting

15 Juin 2017

In an interview with ABC news, he said his military training took over. They did a body sweep of Scalise to ensure he had no other injuries, found an entry wound in his leg and applied a tourniquet to slow the bleeding, Wenstrup said.

"I had just gone to the batting cages and (was) coming in from the field and heard a shot and everyone got down".

Scalise was one of five people injured in the shooting, which happened shortly after 7 am at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park, where members of Congress were practicing for the congressional baseball game, police said.

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"Steve was playing second base".

As shots rang out, everyone on the field dove for cover, Wenstrup recalled. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., told reporters. Mo Brooks of Alabama put pressure on the wound while Wenstrup worked, all according to CNN.

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Brooks told CNN that "I held a cloth over the wound to stop the bleeding as Brad was getting some kind of scissors device to cut through the trousers to try to have better access to Steve Scalise's wound and his hip".

"I can tell you firsthand Steve Scalise was extremely fearless and did what he was supposed to do to minimize any damage", Wenstrup added. Mr. Scalise was transported to MedStar Washington Hospital Center for surgery.

NBC News reports that Scalise is in stable condition at an area hospital. He is grateful for the courageous actions of US Capitol Police, first responders, and colleagues.

He said, "Fortunately, there's the security detail there - the Capitol Hill police - or we all would have been vulnerable without return fire". U.S. Capitol Police Chief Matthew Verderosa later said both officers were in good condition.

Wenstrup, a member of the House Armed Services and Veterans' Affairs committees, has served in the Army Reserve since 1998 and now holds the rank of colonel.

This physician-representative treated House Majority Whip on the scene of shooting