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FedEx shooting: Eight killed and more injured in shooting at facility in Indianapolis

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Eight people have been killed in a shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis.

More people are reported to be injured and have been transported to different hospitals in the area following the incident late on Thursday.

The shooter is among the dead after taking his own life and police have said they believe there is no longer an active threat to the community.

Footage from the scene shows police tape in the car park outside the facility and multiple emergency service vehicles.

Family members have gathered at a local hotel to wait for word on their loved ones.

A witness, who said he works at the facility, told WISH-TV that he saw a man with a gun after hearing several gunshots.

"I saw a man with a submachine gun of some sort, an automatic rifle, and he was firing in the open," said Jeremiah Miller.

Another witness said his niece was sitting in her car when the gunfire began.

"She got shot on her left arm," said Parminder Singh. "She's fine, she's in the hospital now."

His niece had said she did not know the shooter.

The FedEx facility is close to Indianapolis International Airport.

A spokesperson for the delivery service said the company was aware of the incident and was "working to gather more information".