Friday, April 16, 2021

Multiple People Shot, Injured at Indianapolis FedEx Facility - Tasnim News Agency

(Tasnim) – Multiple people were shot at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis late Thursday, and the suspected shooter killed himself, a police official said.

Indianapolis police spokeswoman Officer Genae Cook said multiple people had injuries consistent with gunshot wounds, but she did not say whether anyone else died.

Preliminary information is that the shooter killed himself, she said.

"We don't feel that there is an active threat to the community at this time," she said.

Officers responded to reports of shots fired at the FedEx center near the city's airport just after 11 p.m., Cook said.

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  1. Eight people have been killed and many injured in a shooting in the US city of Indianapolis, police say.

    Witnesses heard several gunshots at a FedEx facility and one said he had seen a man firing an automatic weapon.

    The gunman, thought to have been acting alone, is reported to have killed himself. Authorities said there was no further threat to public safety.

    Police say several of the injured are in hospital. Flights from the nearby airport are not affected.

    "As officers arrived, they came into contact with an active shooting incident," city police spokeswoman Genae Cook said, adding that it had taken place at around 23:00 local time (03:00 GMT).

    "After a preliminary search of the grounds, inside and out, we have located eight people at the scene with injuries consistent to gunshot wounds. Those eight were pronounced deceased here at the


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