MILWAUKEE — Surrounding businesses were placed on lockdown due to a shooting near Molson Coors' campus.
5 people were killed in the shooting. The shooter was also found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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As of now, Harley-Davidson on W. Juneau Ave. and Story Elementary School is on lockdown. No one is being allowed in or out until further notice.
Milwuakee Public Schools released this statement regarding the lockdown.
Because of today’s incident in the neighborhood around MolsonCoors, Milwaukee Public School Story School is on lock down. All students and staff are safe and in the school building. Story School is unable to let parents come to the school building to pick up students and cannot let any students or staff leave the building. All students and staff will remain safe at Story School until MPD has given clearance.
Concerned families can call Story School to receive updated information.
Local businesses near Molson Coors are also closed.
Other businesses closed include Advance Automotive Services and Highland Educational Academy.
Marquette University police tweeted that MUPD is responding to the scene but the campus is NOT on lockdown.
The Wisconsin Humane Society is currently on lockdown until further notice.
Washington Park Senior Center locked down their building during the incident. A sheriff's officer is stationed outside the building, however half of the center is still on lockdown.