CHESAPEAKE, Va. (AP) — The Walmart supervisor who shot and killed six colleagues in Virginia appeared to be targeting people and shot some victims after they were already shot and looked dead, said a witness who was present when the shooting began.
Jessica Wilczewski said workers gathered in a store break room to begin their night shift on Tuesday when foreman Andre Bing entered and opened fire with a handgun. While another witness described Bing shooting wildly, Wilczewski said she saw him targeting some people.
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