A gunman went on a shooting spree when he entered a FedEx warehouse near Indianapolis International Airport, in the United States, and shot at multiple people before taking his own life when he turned his gun on himself.
Police confirmed that four people have died, although fatalities have not yet been confirmed by the authorities.
After the shooting, the gunman turned the gun on himself, police confirmed.
A police spokesperson said: “As officers arrived, they came in contact with an active shooter incident.”
“We have multiple people with injuries consistent with gunshot wounds.”
911 calls claim people heard shooting outside and inside the building, with workers hiding inside by the conveyor belt, at about 11pm on Thursday night, April 15.
A worker at the scene told Wish-TV news: “I saw a man with a submachine gun of some sort, an automatic rifle, and he was firing in the open.”
As emergency responders raced to the scene, authorities were reportedly heard declaring the incident as a “mass casualty, level 1”, which means there could be less than 10 surviving victims.