Dallas hospital shooting suspect indicted on capital murder charges

The man accused of killing two workers at a Dallas hospital will be tried for capital murder.

A grand jury indicted Nestor Hernandez for the deadly shooting at Methodist Dallas Medical Center in October.

Police said Hernandez was fighting with his girlfriend, who had just given birth to their child.

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Methodist confirmed the roles of the two employees who were shot on Monday.

He is accused of fatally shooting social worker Jacqueline Pokuaa and nurse Katie Annette Flowers.

Hernandez was arrested after being shot in the leg during a standoff with police.