Shooting at LA's Grand Central Market leaves one man dead, gunman at large
The LAPD is investigating a shooting outside the Grand Central Market Saturday afternoon in downtown Los Angeles that left one man dead.
The shooting occurred outside the famous food market at the 300 block of Hill Street at roughly 4 p.m., sending people fleeing away for safety. The shooter ran from the scene and remains at large.
Video footage on social media captures the panic as patrons inside the popular food market dashed away as the sounds of gunfire reverberated through the air.
The LAPD says the victim was holding a knife in his hand when first responders arrived at the scene, per the LA Times.
LAPD described the victim as a Hispanic male between 30 and 35 years of age, per ABC News.
What they're saying:
Grand Central Market issued a statement on Instagram saying the shooting was an "Isolated incident between two people outside ."
Shooting causes patrons to flee in fear:
The shooting is a developing story and the Modern Times will Updated information will be added here when it becomes available.