Several people killed in Louisiana shooting

039;Multiple deaths' reported after Louisiana gun range shooting

A person went into a gun store and shooting range in a New Orleans suburb in the USA state of Louisiana on Saturday and shot two people dead. Two other people were shot during the exchange and were hospitalized in stable condition.

"Three people were pronounced dead at the scene and two more were transported to a local hospital for treatment", according to a statement released by the sheriff's office.

Police said that the suspect was one of the people found dead on the scene.

A gunman reportedly opened fire at the Jefferson Gun Outlet Saturday afternoon, and a source told WDSU that some innocent bystanders were shot.

Police in Louisiana have responded to a shooting with "multiple deaths" at a gun shop in Metarie, La., according to reports.

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"We are trying to put it all together and piece it together from what we have in this developing scene", Lopinto said Saturday at a press briefing outside the store.

Sources say that a man entered the gun outlet with a loaded, unholstered firearm.

A man cries out "Where is my son?" at the scene of a multiple fatality shooting at the Jefferson Gun Outlet in Metairie, La., on February 20, 2021. "The customer, who had been upstairs in a concealed-carry class, questioned the wisdom of starting a gunfight at a gun store". Staff who work there often wear a sidearm. Lopinto said the investigation was continuing as authorities tried to determined details of what happened.

Bystanders gather at the scene of a multiple fatality shooting at the Jefferson Gun Outlet in Metairie, La., Saturday.

None of the dead or wounded were immediately identified. A neighbouring Taco Bell eatery had been evacuated.

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