• Matt Esnayra

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.


Details:

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.

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