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An Ohio woman had a chilling brush with death while shopping for Thanksgiving supplies in Walmart.
Alisha Ring was left in tears outside the Beavercreek Walmart — a suburb of Dayton — Monday evening after running out of the store where a male shooter injured four people.
“I was literally just shopping for Thanksgiving stuff and this guy walked right past me with an assault rifle and started shooting,” Ring said in an emotional Facebook Live.
“I’m so lucky to be alive right now, he literally walked right past me,” she sobbed. “How do people do stuff like this?”
After the man — who has not been publicly identified by police — started shooting in the freezer section, Ring said she heard gunshots and started running for the nearest exit.
“All I heard was gunshots over and over again,” she said. She estimated the gunman, who later killed himself, fired around 12 to 15 times.
She described the man as a “tall, skinny, white guy” who had an “Army bookbag on” and was “walking fast.”
The New York Post has reached out to Ring for comment.
The shooter entered the store around 8:30 p.m. and began firing at customers, according to the Beavercreek Police Department.
Four people were transported to the hospital following the shooting, their conditions are currently unknown.
The shooter has died from an “apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound,” according to the department. Officers did not fire any shots at the man.
Police said there is “no active threat” to the public following the shooting.
Walmart said it was “heartbroken” by the event and is working with investigators.
Police are still collecting evidence and information and will hold a press conference later today.