In Wisconsin, a massive gunfiring erupted when a man inside a day spa in a Milwaukee suburb shopping centre on Sunday morning, opened fire killing three women and seven others injured.
The gunman accused of having a history of domestic abuse, as where at the busy shopping center Azana Salon and Spa, near a mall, he opened firing that was the salon where his wife worked.
Radcliffe Franklin Haughton, the suspected man was later found dead after long hours discovery. It has been said that Brookfield Police confused in six-hour search for the gunman that locked down a nearby mall, and later discovery of Haughton’s body was found who had killed himself.
The gunman, whom the police identified as Radcliffe F. Haughton, 45, a resident of Brown Deer, also died inside the spa, apparently of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the police said. The shootings appeared to stem from a domestic dispute, painfully documented in weeks of police reports and court orders, between Mr. Haughton and his estranged wife, who witnesses said was employed at the salon.
Brookfield Mayor Steve Ponto interacted with media, called the shootings ‘a senseless act on the part of one person.’
The survivors between 22 and 40 years old were admitted at Froedtert Hospital, officials said, adding that several had undergone surgery.
Reacting over the incident being linked to nation security, President Barack Obama called the incident not an act of terrorism, but instructed FBI to assist full support to state and local officials of the Federal government.
This is the second mass shooting in Wisconsin this year within three months after a US Army veteran and white supremacist opened fired at a Sikh Gurdwara on August 5, killing six worshippers and injured three before shooting himself.