Virginia Chesapeake Walmart shooting: Walmart night manager Andre Bean opens fire inside store

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At least 10 people have been killed in a shooting at a Walmart store in Virginia, U.S., according to reports. After the incident, Virginia local congressman Lewis Lucas tweeted, “My heart is broken by the shooting at the Walmart in Chesapeake County, Virginia tonight.” After taking so many lives, I won’t stop until the problem of gun violence is resolved.

A man opens fire at a Walmart in Virginia, US. The shooting killed at least 10 people.

The exact number of casualties has not been confirmed. After the injured were transferred to a nearby hospital, five people were treated for unspecified injuries.

According to Kosinski, the shooter is believed to have acted alone; however, the circumstances of the suspect’s death are not yet known.

Chesapeake resident Andre Bing, 31, was the shooter in the mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia.

Walmart manager Andre began shooting outside, hitting a man and a woman in the head.

Walmart night shift manager Andre Bing was responsible for the mass shooting, according to media reports.

According to eyewitness accounts shared on social media, the night manager “exploded” before opening fire in the grocery department, killing break room employees and shooting a woman in the head.


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