Transcript for At least 4 of 8 killed in FedEx mass shooting were members of the Sikh community
We turn now to the shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis as we learn more about the victims who lost their lives. All between the ages of 19 and 74. At least four were members of the sikh community. One family losing two of their loved ones. Authorities say the shooter fired quickly without confronting any of his victims. Tonight, the search for answers in another American city rocked by senseless violence. Here's ABC's will Carr from Indianapolis. Reporter: These are the images of the impact of another mass shooting in the united States. Families in anguish after a former FedEx worker allegedly opened fire at its Indianapolis facility, killing eight. I posted her picture everywhere, because she is not going to be a statistic. She has a story. She's a person. Reporter: Komal chohan losing her grandmother, amarjeet Johal, who worked inside this FedEx express hub, the company's second largest in the world on Thursday night. Chohan's aunt and uncle survived. So when they were exiting the FedEx facility, apparently there were bodieoutside. And little did they know that they were actually walking past my grandmother at the time. Reporter: Tonight, the local sikh community is mourning the lss of four of their own. We want answers. We want a full investigation. Reporter: Authorities say a 19-year-old who worked at that FedEx from August to October 2020, stormed the parking lot with a rifle, killing four people. Inside the building, he killed four more before taking his own life, according to police. FedEx says at least 100 people were working, many changing shifts or on a dinner break. He just appeared to randomly start shooting. Reporter: The families of samaria Blackwell sharing pictures today, saying she loved ad rimpi girn's family grieving after two aunts were killed. It is hard because you know you're not going to see the person again. Such a painful time for those families. Will Carr is with us from Indianapolis. We reported the FBI says the alleged shooters mother called police last year, concerned that he might try to commit suicide by cop. Tonight we're hearing from his family. Reporter: That's right, his family just released a statement. They say they're devastated and they tried to get him help. They're also offering their apologies to the victims and their families tonight. Whit. Will, thank you. President Biden is responding
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