UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Seven people were killed including a gunman during a shooting rampage on the Milwaukee campus of Molson Coors on Wednesday afternoon, according to multiple sources who spoke to the Journal Sentinel.
Seven people died when shooting at a factory in the American city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, including the shooter, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on Thursday.
Several people were killed on Wednesday while shooting at the site of the MolsonCoors brewery complex in the American city of Milwaukee, the man who opened fire was probably dead, also announced on air by ABC Mayor Tom Barrett.
“Several people were killed, I believe that among them was the shooter,” he said. “More information will come in the next few hours,” added Barrett. He recommended not approaching the scene. Barrett did not specify how many people died.
According to ABC, firing was opened by one of the former employees of the brewing company. According to his sources, the man was fired earlier on the same day. He left the building and then returned with weapons.
Earlier, the local newspaper Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, citing sources, reported that seven people died during the shooting, including the man who opened fire. According to CBS, at least five people were killed, including the shooter.
The incident occurred at Molson Coors, a beer company. Earlier, city police reported an investigation into the “critical incident” and asked citizens to go around the scene.
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