Two adults and child killed in Florida supermarket shooting

Child among 3 dead in shooting inside the Publix in Royal Palm Beach

Three people, including a child, were killed in a mass shooting in Publix, Palm Beach County, officials said.

A spokeswoman for the sheriff's office said authorities received the first call about the shooting at around 11:40 a.m.

"This was NOT an active shooter situation", Teri Barbera, spokesperson for the sheriff's office, said in a statement.

Names of the victims have not been released.

After the incident, Publix said, "Today we can see that the incident happened at the Publix store at 1180 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard". The sheriff's office said the shooter is one of deceased.

A shooting at a Florida supermarket killed three people, including a child and a gunner, on Thursday morning.

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A nearby middle school is on a temporary lockdown as a result of the shooting, according to the WPEC report.

A detective from the Violence and Crime Division interviewed witnesses on the scene, watched camera footage, and began investigating what led to the shooting.

Palm Beach County Commissioner Melissa McKinlay said the deceased child was a toddler.

"I thank God for being with me, because what if I went to Publix?" "I can't believe this insane thing happened", said Tracy Greene, who often shops at the store.

"When I found out the news, I was upset, because a child", Greene said.

Joey Mendoza, 62, told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that he was pulling into the store's parking lot when he saw the large police presence surrounding the building.

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