Gunman Opens Fire on State Troopers, Bystanders at Nevada IHOP Restaurant
At least three people have been killed and six wounded when a man opened fire at a restaurant in the US state of Nevada on Tuesday morning.
Two of those killed and three of those wounded at the pancake house were Nevada National Guard members in uniform, authorities said.
An unidentified man opened fire at a restaurant in South Carson City, Nev., on Tuesday morning, leaving one person dead and injuring at least seven before killing himself.
"The suspect did die of a self inflicted gunshot wound. No shots were fired by law enforcement," Chief Deputy Jack Freer told ABC News.
A man with an AK-47 assault rifle shot an entire group of five uniformed National Guard members eating breakfast at a Nevada IHOP on Tuesday, killing two of them and another person in a hail of gunfire.
The suspect, 32-year-old Eduardo Sencion of Carson City, also shot himself and later died at a hospital. Seven people were wounded in the attack at a strip mall near a casino and department store in the state's capital.