At least two people are dead and 13 more were injured in a shooting at a Kroger grocery store in Tennessee, police said. The injured were being taken to hospitals. The suspected shooter is included in the dead, likely from a self-inflicted gunshot, according to Police Chief Dale Lane.
The active shooting was reported Thursday afternoon at the Kroger in the town of Collierville, about 30 miles east of Memphis, according to police.
The Memphis Police Department is on the scene, according to its social media.
The grocery store, at 240 New Byhalia Road, sits in a strip mall near a Wendy's and a Walgreens, across Byhalia from Corky's Ribs and BBQ.
Glenda McDonald, who works in Kroger's floral department, said she was not injured, but shaken.
McDonald said she walked out of the back office to the floral counter when she heard something that sounded like a gunshot.
"I just ran out the door," McDonald said. "I left my purse, my keys, everything."
She said she is not sure how many people were injured, but she believed she saw a bagger and some customers get shot before fleeing.