26-year-old US Navy hospital Casey Newt was released from a trauma center on Tuesday night, and 36-year-old hospital corpsman First Class Carlos Portugal, remains in the trauma center in critical condition, according to a press release from local and federal officials .
Both victims were airlifted to the scene of the incident, police said.
The incident of shooting down the gunman by the police came to an end after the weapons were loaded at the establishments of the Army Brigade. General J. J. Tally said.
Authorities are investigating both the motive and the circumstances surrounding the incident, Talele told reporters at the news conference on Tuesday afternoon. Here is what we know so far:
How was the day
Frederick Police Chief Jason Landau said the first shooting occurred at “a military institution” at Riverside Tech Park.
In a news release, the police department said that the building is a warehouse rented by the Naval Medical Research Center, Directorate of Biological Defense Research to store research supplies and equipment.
After the shooting, a victim entered a nearby business, Nicholock Paving Stones, and asked for help, a person there said.
A statement released by Jeremy Mutschler, director of marketing and advertising at Nicholock, said, “Our team was able to assist them and call the officers.” The statement emphasizes that the shooting did not take place in Nicholock.
Authorities identified the man as a nut.
Was found in a warehouse in Portugal where the initial shooting took place, the release said.
The gunman was stopped at the installation gate, but the shooter was taken down before the vehicle could be searched.
The Taliban told reporters, they were stopped at the installation about 1/2 mile from where they got out of the car, manufactured a weapon and were shot by police.
What did a witness say
Garrett Wagner, operations manager at Nichollock Paving Stones, was talking on a price change with a new salesman when Nutt raced, his military clots bloodied.
“I’ve been shot. Please help me. There’s an active shooter, he’s still following me,” Wagner said as the man told him.
Wagner said as he swung into action quickly, he told Newt to go to the bathroom and close the door. The salesman and another employee locked the front door, he said.
“I can’t tell you whether I was scared or scared or trying to help,” Wagner said. “I do not know.”
Wagner said that he asked all employees to gather from behind until he returned.
The manager called 911, but another employee had already called.
“You don’t think it’s going to happen here … Then it happened, and it did,” Wagner said. “Did we do the right thing? Did we do it right? I think So. I do not know. “
Frederick Police Chief Jason Landau said the gunman used a rifle but did not provide any additional information on the weapon.
Frederick is about 50 miles northwest of Washington, DC. Woldesenbet was an E-4 rank and did not live on Fort Detroit, officials said.
Agencies that help the Frederick Police include the FBI; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; Maryland State Police; And Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities said the FBI is handling the shooting scene first.
CNN’s Jason Hanna, Melissa Alonso, Joe Johns, Amanda Watts, Michael Callahan and Chris Boyt contributed to this report.