Ten Dead After Gunman Livestreams Mass Shooting At Buffalo Supermarket

Ten Dead After Gunman Livestreams Mass Shooting At Buffalo Supermarket

AP reports at least ten people died after a gunman opened fire at Buffalo, New York, supermarket.

A gunman dressed in a military uniform reportedly opened fire in the parking lot and inside the Tops Friendly Supermarket at 1275 Jefferson Avenue. 

Police told NBC New York the gunman had military-style body armor and two rifles. 

The Daily Mail notes the gunman live-streamed the shooting. This is an unconfirmed screenshot of the video. 

NBC points out the supermarket is situated in a “predominately Black neighborhood, about 3 miles north of downtown Buffalo. The surrounding area is primarily residential, with a Family Dollar store and fire station near the store.” 

Local news WIVB’s Kelsey Anderson says “15 Peacemakers” have arrived on the scene, “along with other organizations to keep the peace.” 

New York State Governor Kathy Hochul tweeted that she’s “monitoring the shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo.”  

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