A man opened fire in a Red Bluff, California, Walmart Distribution Center on Saturday, killing one employee before being shot to death by police.
CNN reports the man, identified as 31-year-old Louis Lane, walked into the center around 3:30 p.m. and began shooting randomly.
He killed one employee and then got into a gun battle with police in the parking lot, where he was shot and fatally wounded.
Fox Business reports that officers killed Lane by shooting him in the chest around 3:45.
Four others were shot and wounded by Lane before he died in the shootout with police.
UPI reports Lane once worked at the distribution center, but was released from his job in February 2019 after failing to show up for his shift.
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