At least 10 people have been killed in a shooting incident at a Walmart store in the US state of Virginia. Virginia’s local representative Lewis Lucas wrote on Twitter after the incident, “I am heartbroken by the shooting at Walmart in Chesapeake County, Virginia tonight. I will not rest until there is a solution to the gun violence that has killed so many people.”
A man opened fire at a Walmart store in the US state of Virginia. So far at least 10 people have been killed in this shootout.
The city police has given information about this in a tweet. Chesapeake police wrote in a statement, “We confirm that a shooter opened fire in the Sems Circle area. The shooter has since been killed.”
The exact number of fatalities and injuries was not confirmed. The injured were transported to multiple area hospitals, one of which confirmed it was treating five people for unspecified injuries.
The shooter is believed to have acted alone, Kosinski said, and the circumstances of the suspect’s death were not immediately available.
The shooting is believed to have occurred inside the store, Kosinksi said, though at least one body was found outside. According to Walmart’s website, the store was open for customers at the time of the shooting.
Who is Andre Bing
The name of the shooter in the mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia is 31-year-old Andre Bing of Chesapeake. Manager Andre of Walmart in Chesapeake went out and shot a woman in the head and then shot another man in the head both dead.
As per media reports, Andre Bing is a Walmart Night Shift Manager who is responsible for the mass shooting.
Eyewitness reports on social media, the night manager “exploded” before shooting a woman in the head and then fatally shooting employees in the break room before heading to the grocery section and firing multiple shots. The manager then shot himself.
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