A man crashed into a Northern California circulation focus and began taking shots at individuals Saturday evening, killing a worker and injuring four others before he was killed by police, specialists said.
The shooting by a 31-year-elderly person with a self-loading rifle began about 3:30 p.m. at the Walmart dissemination focus south of Red Bluff, a city of around 14,000 individuals around 131 miles (210 kilometers) north of Sacramento, California.
Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said at a news gathering that the shooter circumnavigated the parking area multiple times before colliding with the structure and starting to shoot with the rifle. Red Bluff Police officials shot and murdered the suspect.
The worker who died was Martin Haro-Lozano, 45, of Orland, California, Johnston said.
Authorities didn't recognize the shooter, however, Johnston said he has a history with the Red Bluff work environment.
The shooting casualties were taken to St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in Red Bluff, representative Allison Hendrickson told The Associated Press. She affirmed that four were hospitalized, however, declined to give more subtleties.