FedEx shoots Indianapolis. Eight killed
In the Indian state of Indiana, an armed criminal opened fire on a warehouse owned by shipping company FedEx. Reportedly, eight people were killed and the suicide bomber was killed.
Police say the shooting resulted in injuries. His identity is still unknown.
“We found eight people with gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene, said Ini Cook, spokesman for City Police Inn. The remaining five are hospitalized, one is in critical condition. “Two of them were found on site in healthcare,” added Cook.
He said the motive for the shooting was not immediately clear.
A FedEx spokesman also confirmed the shooting, saying the company added “drought information” to the incident.
Journalist Jeremiah Miller reported the incident to a French news agency.
“I saw a man with a pistol or a pistol. He opened fire and I immediately fell to the ground. He said it was dangerous.”
Last week, US President Biden announced new measures to restrict the flow of weapons through the country. Washington marks the tenth attempt to tighten control over the region since 1934.
The White House says armed violence in the country costs the country $ 280 billion a year.
According to the Violence Registry, 12,395 people have died in armed attacks in the United States this year, 147 of them as a result of genocide. Of the 43,549 victims last year, 610 were killed in genocide.