With so many shootings happening around the country, it’s hard to keep up with the latest ones popping up.
Shots were fired at Tysons Corner mall in Fairfax, Virginia Saturday afternoon after a guy could be seen pulling out a gun and opening fire on the second-floor walkways following a fight between two groups, according to NBC4 Washington.
Among those inside the mall during the shooting was Washington Commanders senior vice president of media & content Julie Donaldson.
Donaldson described the hectic scene on Twitter.
Three people were hurt in the shooting as the cops continue to search for the suspect. Police announced on Sunday that Noah Settles is wanted in connection to Saturday’s shooting.
Investigators said no one was injured as a result of the gunfire, but three people did get hurt while trying to flee the mall. Police said they recovered gun shell casings from the scene after the incident.