According to a statement from Walmart, Bing, was a “team lead” for the store’s overnight shift and had been employed with the company since 2010

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Police say he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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"It's terrible on the grounds that it doesn't stop. It doesn't quit replaying when you leave the scene,

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 it doesn't quit harming so a lot, it doesn't stop," Wilczewski told CNN's Erica Slope Wednesday night subsequent to relating the frightening experience.

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Five of the deceased victims were identified by city officials as Lorenzo Gamble

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Brian Pendleton; Kellie Pyle; Randall Blevins; and Tyneka Johnson

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 The sixth deceased victim was a 16-year-old boy who authorities are not naming because he was a minor, the city said

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They were all Walmart employees, a company spokesperson told CNN.

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Wilczewski told CNN she noticed the shooter shortly after 10 p.m. She was listening to another team lead speak before she turned her head toward the doorway and saw Bing standing with a gun pointed at the crowd

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