He fled the scene in a red, four-door Mitsubishi Mirage. A woman was taken to a hospital and was later pronounced dead. The shooting appears to be random and there are no indications it was an act of terror, police spokesman Victor Avila said. "We don't know exactly what the motive of the person was, but it was certainly a terrible act." Police were being assisted by special agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Anyone with information is asked to call a tip line that has been established at 720-977-5069 or Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. People inside the store at the time of the shooting described being scared and in shock when the shots rang out.
I don’t know much, I was just picking up my last item and about to head towards the checkout.
Heard two slow pops that sounded like they were coming from the front checkout area and then started to run as about 4 more shots rang out a little faster.
Yes, there were mistakes, but Jones corrected them as he went along in a way that was transparent for readers.
(CNN contributors should hardly cast stones when it comes to mistakes, given that CNN "infamously miffed the Supreme Court ruling" on Obama Care, reporting that it had been struck down.) "Media outlets should wake up and take note — because what Morgan Jones did last week just may be the future of journalism." "Colorado shootings details reported best in early hours by teenager on Reddit" Traditional media outlets should embrace the trend: Citizen journalism "may not replace the traditional journalism we're used to," but it could "bring additional benefits that mainstream journalism doesn't provide," says Mathew Ingram at .
Shopper sent me video of empty Walmart after customers evacuated after shooting at Thornton Walmart- 9900 Grant [email protected] @channel2kwgn pic.twitter.com/4Xpss Lo21r — Gregory Nieto (@greg_nieto) November 2, 2017 A witness shared this with FOX31: “I’m safe at home.Officers were "right on his tail as they saw him coming by," Avila said.Ostrem was forced to sit tight at a traffic light as a SWAT team and plainclothes officers descended on him.Reddit's "crowdsourced newsroom" taps into an on-the-ground network that no single reporter, or even a team of reporters, could access.Traditional media outlets should "find as many ways of letting people contribute to journalism as possible," and take advantage of the fact that "journalism is everywhere" now.