NASCAR’s Kyle Bush, family flee Mall of America shooting

Bloomington, Minnesota (AP) — Kyle BushTwo-time NASCAR champion says his family is safe Escaped the Mall of America After someone opened fire outside Minneapolis.

Bloomington police said no one was injured but were continuing to search for a suspect after securing the scene shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday. One group walked away, but someone from that group fired three times.

video posted on twitter It shows Bush walking away from the mess while holding hands with his son Brexton.

Bush’s wife Samantha posts video her instagram storyproviding a sober post-shooting update after her son won a youth race event on Wednesday and rode a roller coaster with her husband on Thursday.

“If you’re watching the news about @mallofamerica, we’re out and safe,” she posted. “So are the others inside.”

2015 and 2019 champion and 60-time Career Cup race winner Kyle Busch will race the No. 18 Toyota at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.


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