INDIANAPOLIS — Multiple people were injured on Thursday after shots were fired at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, according to police.
The incident was reported at the facility, which is located near Indianapolis International Airport, WRTV reported.
William Young, the public information officer for the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, said police are calling the incident a “mass casualty,” according to WRTV.
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Jeremiah Miller had finished a shift at the FedEx facility and was preparing to work a second consecutive shift when he and a coworker, Timothy Boillat, said they heard gunfire, the television station reported.
“This made me stand up and actually look out the entrance door, and I saw a man with a submachine gun of some sort, an automatic rifle, and he was firing in the open,” Miller told WISH. “I immediately ducked down and got scared and my friend’s mother, she came in and told us to get inside the car.”
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