Five people were killed when a gunman opened fired at the Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee this afternoon.
Here's what we know about the shooting:
- The victims: The five victims were employees at Molson Coors, Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales told reporters this afternoon. The shooting happened at about 2:08 p.m. local time (3:08 p.m. ET).
- The suspect: The shooter was a 51-year-old Milwaukee man who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Morales added.
- Condolences shared: President Trump, speaking at a news conference this evening, shared his condolences for the families of those who were killed, calling the incident a "terrible thing." Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said, "Our hearts go out to the families of those whose lives were senselessly taken, all of the folks and workers at Molson Coors, and the Milwaukee community as we grapple with yet another act of gun violence that will have long-lasting consequences for this community and our state."
- Mass shootings in Wisconsin: Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes said the incident at the Molson Coors complex is the 11th mass shooting in the state since 2004. “I want to issue a call, a challenge, because we shouldn’t accept this…we should never grow comfortable in the face of these repeated tragedies,” Barnes said. “We have a duty to act."