At least eight people have been killed in a shooting at FedEx site in Indianapolis.
Police responded to a report of a gunshot wound to the house, near the city airport, just after 11 a.m. Thursday, Genae Cook, an officer in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police department, said. told reporters early Friday morning.
It was not immediately clear how many people were injured. “We have a number of casualties like gunshot wounds,” Cook said He said. We have others who have been taken to various hospitals across the country. “Police believe the suspect committed suicide when police arrived at the scene.
Cook said at a press conference that anyone who could not connect with a relative working for FedEx should gather at Holiday Inn Express. Indianapolis star reports that the hotel was “full” on Friday morning with people eagerly awaiting the news of their loved ones.
“We are deeply saddened and saddened by the loss of our members following the horrific shooting at our FedEx Ground in Indianapolis,” FedEx said in a statement Friday morning, several stores. reports. “Our deepest sympathy is with all those affected by this senseless violence.”
In the past month, US shootings have killed scores of people. On March 16, eight people – six of them in Asia – died on shooting in the Spas-area of the spas. Since then, 10 people he died in a Colorado store; former NFL player killed six people, including himself, at his doctor’s house; three members a family in Brooklyn and four members of the family in Dallas killed by their own brothers who committed suicide; and one died, and five were wounded in corporate business in Bryan, Texas. On Monday, an armed student died later shooting and wounding of a police officer in Tennessee.
Insane shooting is incredibly common in the US compared with other countries, even at the very least, they die as a result of gun violence. So far in 2021 at least 5,401 people have died in violence by April 16, including those who committed suicide, according to research from the Gun Violence Archive.
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