Gunman 'opens fire at Bellevue Sonic restaurant' in Nebraska as 'truck full of fireworks' seen on fire outside
AT least two people are believed to have been shot after a gunman opened fire at a restaurant in Nebraska.
Emergency services were called to the Sonic fast food restaurant in Bellevue late on Saturday night to reports of an active shooter inside.
911 callers reported a male suspect wearing a helmet opened fire shortly before 10pm on Saturday.
More than 20 law enforcement vehicles responded to the building, at 1307 Cornhusker Road, the Omaha World Herald reported.
According to unconfirmed local reports, at least two people – a 27-year-old man and 17-year-old girl – are thought to have been injured.
Footage reportedly taken from the scene and posted on social media showed a huge fire burning outside the restaurant.
Reports suggested the blaze was a U-Haul rental truck filled with fireworks that had been set alight.
Sarpy County Dispatch confirmed 'multiple people' have been injured, according to 6News.
Officials confirmed one person has been taken to Nebraska Medicine in critical condition, KETV.com reported.
Six ambulances attended the scene, officials told the website.
This story is developing, please check back for further updates.
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