CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP) — Police and witnesses say manager at a Virginia Walmart pulled out a handgun before a routine employee meeting and began firing wildly in the break room, killing six people and injuring at least six others. It was the country’s second high-profile mass shooting in four days. Police in Chesapeake say the gunman, who apparently shot himself, was dead when they found him. He was identified as 31-year-old Andre Bing, an overnight team lead who had been with Walmart since 2010. There was no clear motive for the Tuesday night shooting. Employee Briana Tyler says the stocking team gathered in the break room when Bing turned around and opened fire on the staff.


CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP) — Police say a shooter opened fire in a Walmart in Virginia, leaving six people dead. It was the country’s second high-profile mass killing in a handful of days. The assailant is also dead. Officer Leo Kosinski said Wednesday the store in Chesapeake is now safe and will likely be closed for several days during the investigation. It was not clear who the shooter was or what their motive might be. A database that tracks every mass killing in America going back to 2006 shows this year has been especially bad.