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NASCAR Champ Kyle Busch, Family Escape Shooting At Mall Of America In Minnesota

NASCAR Champ Kyle Busch Escapes Shooting At Mall Of America … In Chaotic Video

8/5/2022 7: 20 AM PT

Scary moment yesterday for Kyle Busch … the 2-time NASCAR champion and his family were at the Mall of America in Minnesota when gunshots erupted, causing chaos, and sending people running because of their lives.

37-year-old Busch have been enjoying each day at the country’s largest mall along with his son, Brexton, and his wife, Samantha, before things took a frightening turn.

Chaos and confusion at @mallofamerica. Making people go outside. #mallofamerica pic.twitter.com/NzMvI7iK6m

Andy Paras (@AndyParas) August 4, 2022 @AndyParas

In the video posted online, you see Busch, wearing a black and green shirt and white hat, holding hands with Brexton … as individuals were looking to get to safety amid the chaos.

Immediately after, Samantha sent an update to friends, family and fans, writing … “In case you are seeing the news headlines concerning the @mallofamerica we got out and so are safe.”

“Praying others inside are too,” she added.

“We have been currently working a dynamic incident inside Mall of America on the northwest side. Numerous officers are on scene. We shall update whenever we have significantly more information,” the Bloomington Police Department’s official Twitter account wrote.

We have been currently working a dynamic incident inside Mall of America on the northwest side. Numerous officers are on scene. We shall update whenever we have significantly more information.

Bloomington Police (@BPD_MN) August 4, 2022 @BPD_MN

Police later confirmed that gunshots were fired … adding the suspect fled the MOA by walking and officers were investigating the isolated incident.

After some semblance of order was restored, Bloomington PD Chief Booker Hodges addressed the incident in a press conference … saying his officers heard gunshots close to the Nike store at the famous mall.

“After reviewing video, we observed two groups enter some form of altercation at the money register in the Nike store,” Hodges said.

“Among the groups left following the altercation, but rather of walking away, they made a decision to demonstrate a whole insufficient respect for human life. They made a decision to fire multiple rounds right into a store with people.”

Fortunately, neither Busch, nor his family were injured, and in accordance with police, it didn’t appear other people suffered any injuries. The principle urged at fault(s) to surrender to police.

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