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The violent attempt to take over a Walmart in Dimmit County, Texas, continued Monday, as an FBI task force responded to the crime scene.
WFBJ reported that multiple firearms were recovered from the scene after a SWAT team responded to the small-town, rural town. Investigators said the store was locked down as a precautionary measure.
Authorities said the gunfire started as a traffic altercation between two vehicles.
An 11-year-old boy was hospitalized after he was shot in the abdomen by a teen during the incident.
Dominique Ozella, from neighboring Buna, recorded the violent scene and shared a cell phone video to Facebook.
In the clip, he can be heard yelling “Shoot, shoot, shoot” as deputies in body armor enter the store and exit with weapons drawn.
Ozella said he was employed at the store until a few days before the shooting. He said he wanted to make a stand and share the event with everyone, including the people who live around him.
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