Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by swoop, Dec 11, 2012.
Breaking news at 3:45 Pm reported up tp 50 rounds fired off in the food court.
Hoping for the safety of everyone shopping there!
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Didn't they see the "no firearms/weapons allowed" sign? Sheesh.
Fight over a festive Christmas sweater gone horribly wrong?
Now they say 10 to 15 rounds fired before the rifle jambed. Possibly 3 people hit. Guy is still on the loose.
you guys are cold im gettin misty eyed at my desk here at work and you are making jokes
Really? Hope everyone will be alright.
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Watching it right now, I live across the street from CTC... what a mess.
Clackamas Town Center shooting: At least 2 reportedly shot by man with rifle | OregonLive.com
Who's joking, DIDN'T they see the signs that say "no firearms/weapons allowed" or NOT? Apparently not or this would not have happened in the first place.
KATU just said two confirmed fatalities, possibly one is the shooter.
Town Center is policed by Clackamas County SO, but I am sure Mult Co would be en route for an agency assist.
ive been watching every car you can imagine heading southbound on 205 out my shop window, radio chatter was including multnomah in the incident
OSP just announced they shut down SB I 205.
Yeah I'm seeing at least half a dozen agencies, PPB, CCSO, OCPD, Transit, MCSO, State Police, it's chaos.
Just saw this on the north east site and I was going to come on here to tell you guys about it, good to see quick notification going out.
How could this happen? There was a no weapons sign.
My family and I frequent ctc often, we always use the same entrance and I have never seen said signs posted at those entrances. I always carry in the mail. .
Incredibly sad and a waste of innocent life. (except the shooter, scumbag)
I am deeply saddened by this news.
They'll probably blame light-rail or automatic weapons, gun owners...
Another good reason to carry everywhere......
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