2 Injured in Shooting Inside I-65 Walmart: Mobile Police: Two persons were shot inside a Walmart near I-65 on Tuesday night at about 8:30 p.m., according to Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine. Prine told WKRG News 5 that two groups fought at the self-checkout line.
According to Prine, the two groups began exchanging gunfire. He claimed that, as of right now, police do not know how many rounds were fired. According to Prine, two victims, a guy and a girl were shot and taken to a hospital to receive medical attention.
Prine omitted to provide an update on the victim’s condition. According to Prine, it is unknown if the two people who hit were customers or employees. Prine added that it is unknown whether the two victims were acquainted. No fatalities, according to Prine.
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Prine stated that they were unsure of the nature of the argument. According to Prine, everything is “consolidated” and under control. According to Prine, Walmart was put on lockdown and would be shuttered for the rest of the evening.
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The investigation into this is still ongoing. A reporter from WKRG News 5 is on the site gathering more details. We will update this article when we learn more information.