Eight Dead And 60 Injured In Indianapolis Mass Shooting At FedEx Warehouse


The death toll from the FedEx warehouse shooting in Indianapolis, USA, has been placed at 8.

 

Authorities confirmed that eight people have been killed, not including the shooter, while 60 people have been injured, including 20 with gunshot wounds.

 

The gunman went on a rampage at a FedEx facility on Thursday night, April 15, before turning his weapon on himself.

 

Police were called to reports an active shooting at a FedEx facility near Indianapolis airport last night at around 11pm local time.

 

Live video from local media at the scene showed crime scene tape in the car park outside the facility, which employs more than 4,500 people.

 

Family members of FedEx workers have been waiting in a local hotel for information about their loved ones.

 

Update: At least eight dead and 60 injured in mass shooting at FedEx warehouse

 

An unnamed witness who was working at the facility told NBC he ducked for cover after hearing several shots, before running outside the building and seeing a person lying on the ground.

 

Several employees were said to have hid under a conveyor belt during the attack.

 

Update: At least eight dead and 60 injured in mass shooting at FedEx warehouse

 

Another man told WTTV that his niece was sitting in her car in the driver’s seat when the gunfire erupted, and she was wounded.

 

Parminder Singh added: "She got shot on her left arm. She’s fine, she’s in the hospital now." 

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