The victims of the shooting at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis are:


Law enforcement will meet in Indianapolis on Friday, April 16, 2021 at the FedEx Ground facility near Indianapolis Airport, where multiple people were shot dead.

Law enforcement will meet in Indianapolis on Friday, April 16, 2021 at the FedEx Ground facility near Indianapolis Airport, where multiple people were shot dead. Associated Press Photo / Michael Conroy

  • Eight people were killed during a shooting at the FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, Thursday night.

  • Police identified dead victims between the ages of 19 and 74 on Friday night.

  • Four of the victims were members of the Indianapolis Sikh community, local outlet ABC21 reported.

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Victims of mass shootings at FedEx facility in Indianapolis Identified by police Friday night. they are:

  • Matthew R Alexander, 32

  • Samaria Blackwell, 19 years old

  • Amarjeet Johal, 66 years old

  • Jaswinder Kaur, 64 years old

  • Jaswinder Singh, 68 years old

  • Amarjit Sekhon, 48 years old

  • Curly Smith, 19 years old

  • John Weisert, 74 years old

Local outlet ABC21 According to Sikh community leader Gurinder Singh Khalsa, four of the victims were reported to be members of the Sikh community in Indianapolis.

“There are no words of condolence,” Khalsa told ABC21. “For all eight victims, not just for my community. Today is a very tough day for everyone.”

8 dead were pronounced Died at the shooting site Thursday night and several others were injured.Police said they identified the shooting suspect as follows: 19-year-old Brandon Scott Hall, Died of suicide.

The motive for firing is unknown and investigations are underway.

Craig McCart, Deputy Chief of the Indianapolis International Airport, said at a press conference on Friday that the shooters “seemed to have begun firing randomly,” firing in the parking lot before entering the FedEx facility near Indianapolis Airport.

Coroner office staff Told the Associated Press They were delayed in arriving at the shooting site as evidence was still being collected by investigators.

According to the Associated Press, the process of identifying victims was Thursday night and Friday, as most employees at the facility were not allowed to carry mobile phones, making it more difficult for families to reach out. It got worse.

This is a developing story. Please check again for other updates.

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