The man started a fire in the distribution center of Walmart in California, was fired from there last year, according to local newspaper Redding Record Searchlight citing the Sheriff's office.
According to assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston, the gunman is a 31-year-old Lois lane, he was fired from the distribution center in February 2019, because he didn't come to work.
The Tehama County police confirmed the death of two people, including the suspect, as a result of the shooting incident in the distribution center of Walmart in the us city of Red bluff in California.
According to witnesses, the shooting began at about 15.30 local time (1.30 GMT) during a shift change, local media reported. It is also reported that during the incident, a white car drove into the door of the distribution points.
Local police confirmed that the man opened fire at Walmart in Red bluff, was wounded in a shootout with law enforcement officers, according to the official page of the police
After the police arrived, the man fired several shots at officers. They returned fire from the service weapon, neutralize the suspect.
At least three people were injured in a shooting at the distribution point is Walmart in the us city of Red bluff, California, reports local newspaper the Daily News.
According to witnesses, the shooting began at about 15.30 local time (1.30 GMT) during a shift change.
Two people died in a shooting in a distribution center Walmart in Red bluff, California, four others injured, told RIA Novosti the Manager on public relations of the hospital Righteous Elizabeth Allison Hendrickson.
According to doctors, the injured are in a satisfactory condition. The assailant, according to the TV station KRCR, wounded and sent to hospital the Righteous Elizabeth.
Florida took video of an alligator walking across the Parking lot at the supermarket, reports UPI.
Local residents called the police and reported that at the open Parking lot at the store wandering creeper. They took the crocodile on camera phones and posted to social networks.
American retail chain Walmart has removed firearms and ammunition from trading rooms in some stores amid the protests, turning into riots because of the death of an African-American to George Floyd at the hands of police, according to CNN.
"As a responsible seller of hunting and sporting firearms we removed weapons and ammunition from the trading floors of some of the shops as a precaution," said the company channel.