Shooting at Louisiana Gun Store Leads to Multiple Deaths

Louisiana police

Three people were killed, including the suspected shooter, in a shooting at a gun store in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie, La., on Saturday afternoon.

Lopinto added that at this time it appears the suspect shot two victims inside the location then was engaged and shot outside the location by multiple other individuals.

"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. "One brother was shot dead, the other was taken away in an ambulance and other people were wounded, said these people, who refused to give their names", NOLA.com reported.

The authorities said the two hospitalized are in stable condition.

It was not immediately clear whether the good Samaritans were customers, outlet employees or other individuals.

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A man walked into a gun range and outlet store with a loaded weapon unholstered and an altercation ensued, according to local media.

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

Guns and ammunition are sold in the front of the outlet that faces a main thoroughfare through Jefferson Parish.

"We're trying to put it all together, piece it together with what we have in this development scene", the sheriff said. Lopinto said the investigation was continuing as authorities tried to determined the exact details of what happened. A neighboring Taco Bell was evacuated.

Metairie is a major suburb of New Orleans, about five miles (eight kilometers) west of the city's iconic French Quarter, in neighboring Jefferson Parish.

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