A chaotic shooting spree left one person dead and four others — including two EMTs and a fire captain — injured Sunday in Arizona, where a badly burned body was also pulled out of a house fire.
The bedlam in Tucson began around 3:45 p.m. when the 35-year-old suspect opened fire at an ambulance stationed at a park for an unrelated medical incident, KVOA reported.
There, the crazed gunman allegedly shot a 20-year-old male EMT behind the wheel of the ambulance in the head, while a 21-year-old female EMT in the passenger seat was struck in the arm and chest, authorities said.
The suspect then drove up to the scene of a nearby house fire, where he pumped multiple bullets — fatally striking a 44-year-old male resident in the head, authorities said.
A 17-year-old fire captain was shot in the arm, and another neighbor was grazed in the head.
“[He] just [kept] shooting one by one,” a neighbor who