South Florida Publix shooting claims life of 1-year-old boy and his grandmother

Authorities say, so far, it's not believed the gunman knew his victims but they say there were warning signs that were ignored.
0:51 | 06/12/21

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Transcript for South Florida Publix shooting claims life of 1-year-old boy and his grandmother
We turn now to chilling new details this morning about the shooting inside a south Florida supermarket that claimed the life of a 1-year-old boy and the grandmother who fought to save him. The sheriff's office says the alleged gunman 55-year-old Timothy hall shot the child first. Then when the grandmother jumped in to stop him, he shot her before turning the gun on himself. Authorities say so far it's not believed the gunman knew his victims but they say there were warning signs that were ignored. The real sad part of this, other than the fact that two people are dead, is that there was a chance this could be stopped. You know why? The reason is he's on Facebook. He has said, I want to kill people and children. The sheriff's office also revealed that the alleged gunman visited that same publix about 2 1/2 hours before the shooting.

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