Man fatally shoots 3 people in Wisconsin, police say

14 August, 2017, 07:37 | Author: Valerie Burke
  • 3 shot at Great Lakes Dragaway in Wisconsin

Fox 6 News quoted Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth as saying that the incident happened around 7:00 p.m. Beth said at least two of the men were from Aurora, Illinois.

The sheriff also said that the gangs have caused problems at the race track in the past.

He said the three victims were standing by a food vendor of some sort and the suspect walked up and shot them "point blank".

Two of the victims died at the scene, while a third died on the way to the hospital, according to Beth. No suspects have been arrested, The AP reports.

In a news release issued around 9:00 p.m., sheriff's officials called the situation "fluid".

"This is not indicative of this crowd".

Several thousand people were at the track at the time, which was evacuated. The venue, located at 18411 1st St. (Highway KR) in Union Grove, was hosting the "Larry's Fun Fest" which drew 5,000 people from Milwaukee, Chicago and other areas, authorities said. Page committed suicide by shooting himself in the head after he was shot in the stomach by a responding police officer.

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