Orlando shooting: 5 people dead
This happened when an ex-employee started shooting at an Orlando business on Monday morning, the shooting left five individuals dead before the shooter turned the weapon on himself, police spokes person.
His name is John Robert Neuman Jr., 45, he walked into Fiamma Inc., which is off Forsyth Road in Orange County, just by Full Sail University, at about 8 a.m., says Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings during news briefing.
Police arrived two minutes after the incident, they found three men and a lady dead at the scene.
A fifth individual, a man, was taken to hospital but later died on arrival. But seven other persons survived the shooting.
The names of the five victims are:
Robert Snyder, 69
Kevin Clark, 53
Brenda Montanez-Crespo, 44
Kevin Lawson, 46
Jeffrey Roberts, 57.
The shooter who later shot himself was an armed force veteran who was discharged in 1999. His contract was terminated in April by Fiamma Inc., an awning producing organization.
He had past criminal records and had been arrested a couple of times for DUI and drugs related offenses.
A witness said they heard different, boisterous discharges. Some of the casualties were shot in the head and some of them survived different gunfire wounds.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott said in an announcement that he has been informed on the circumstance. “Over the previous year, the Orlando people group has been tested more than ever,” Scott said.
Orlando shooting: This incident happened just seven days before the one-year commemoration of the Pulse dance club slaughter in Orlando, where 49 individuals were lethally shot by Omar Mateen, an Islamic fanatic.