Mass Casualty Incident At FedEx Facility In Indianapolis

Mass Casualty Incident At FedEx Facility In Indianapolis

Update (0141ET): Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) spokesperson: “We have multiple people with injuries consistent with gunshot wounds. We have others that have been transported to various hospitals…”

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Indianapolis News WISH-TV reports Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) received reports of an active shooter around 11:10 pm local time Thursday at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. 

The incident was reported at the FedEx facility in the 8900 block of Mirabel Road in Indianapolis, near Indianapolis International Airport.

Dispatchers declared a “mass casualty, Level 1,” which means the incident involved less than ten surviving victims. 

IMPD has yet to release information on how many people were shot or their conditions. There’s also no information if the shooter is in custody. 

Here’s the IMPD scanner audio of shots fired at the FedEx facility. The dispatcher said at least ten shots were fired from the entrance or inside the facility. One caller (from inside the facility’s control room) told dispatchers she had no visual on the suspect but heard the shots. 

A massive police presence is seen outside the FedEx facility. 

Local news Fox 59’s Courtney Crown spoke with a family member of one of the victims who the gunman shot. 

“She called as I was asleep at home. She said there was a shooting in the FedEx. So we just drove from Brownsburg,” said Parminder Singh, the uncle of one of the victims.

A witness describes the shooting spree to reporters. 

Crown interviewed the husband of a FedEx employee who was in the facility during the time of the incident.

Sacramento journalist Matthew Keys said, “police initially received a report of a person with a “machine gun” firing into parked cars at the Federal Express facility in Indianapolis, then entering the facility where the suspect continued shooting.” 

Keys said as many as five people were shot at the FedEx facility. He also said the “suspect involved in Federal Express mass shooting dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.” 

*This story is developing… 

Tyler Durden
Fri, 04/16/2021 – 00:53

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