Multiple people shot at Wisconsin mall

The United States has suffered many attacks which are classified as "mass shootings." The following are among the worst.

Multiple people were shot and wounded Friday at a mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, according to reports.

None of the injuries appeared to be life threatening, according to a report by ABC News.

Wauwatosa Mayor Dennis McBride said the shooter fled the scene and remains “at large.”

No description was given.

Gunfire was first reported shortly after 4 p.m. inside the Mayfair Mall, about 6 miles outside Milwaukee, where at least 75 uniformed officers responded to the report of an active shooter.

People inside the building were ordered to shelter in place, initial reports said.

There were early conflicting reports on the number of casualties and the number of potential shooters.

Several accounts put the number of people shot between five and eight.

At least one witness reported shots going off near a Bath & Bodyworks store inside the mall. At least eight to 12 shots were fired, according to early reports.

Police and emergency vehicles flooded the scene outside, and a police SWAT vehicle was reportedly en route.

Three ambulances were seen departing the scene with several victims.

The Milwaukee bureau of the FBI has reportedly sent a tactical response team to investigate.

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