At least three people were killed Saturday night at a casino hotel near Green Bay, Wis

At least three people were killed Saturday night at a casino hotel near Green Bay, Wis

The shooting occurred on this Saturday evening at the Oneida Casino near the Green Bay. The suspects aimed at an off-site worker and opened fire to others and was shot and killed by the police.

At least three people were killed Saturday night at a casino hotel near Green Bay, Wis

At least three people were killed, including a suspect, on a Saturday night in a casino hotel near Green Bay, Wisconsin, to local authorities.

The shooting started in a dining room of the Radisson Inn Hotel, which is associated with the Oneida Casino in the city of Ashwaubenon, outside Green Bay.

The police were looking for all rooms in the foundation as a precautionary measure, said Danforth.

The casino tweeted that it was “an active shooter situation” and that several law enforcement agencies were on the attack on the attack.

Several law enforcement agencies are working to secure the location.

Stay away from the Hwy 172 from the main casino. We will play information as it is available, “said the casino in a tweet.

It also announced that her three other locations remain closed until further notice.” At first we did not really know what we should expect.

As soon as we heard the shots, we knew that this was no longer a joke, “he said.” I am very grateful that we could come out there.

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul said later in a tweet that the scene” contain “.” There is no more threat to the church, “he wrote. Wisconsin Gov.

Tony Evers, a Democrat released on Facebook, which he and his wife Kathy, raises to shoot on the Onida Casino complex to experience

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