NASCAR’s Kyle Busch, family escape Mall of America shooting

Yes those are the facts. Um So I was at DSW our work and basically I was towards the back of the store and I heard the shots and I didn’t really know what they were at first and then I just thought I heard my name stampeding towards the back. I just heard like rumbling from above me and honestly I just knew something bad was gonna happen and um I was on my way to get water and I look around and everyone’s like grabbing their kids and just running towards the, basically that’s really all I saw you can see it even if you’re not on it though just search like twitter and all of America.

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NASCAR’s Kyle Busch, family escape Mall of America shooting

Kyle Busch, a two-time NASCAR champion, and his family safely escaped the Mall of America in suburban Minneapolis after someone fired shots.Bloomington police, which said no one appeared to be injured, was still searching for a suspect after securing the scene shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday. The police said two groups at the mall got into an altercation at a store and one group left, but someone in that group fired three rounds.A video posted on Twitter shows Busch walking away from the chaos while holding hands with his son, Brexton.Busch’s wife, Samantha, posted videos on her Instagram story, showing their son winning a youth racing event on Wednesday and riding roller coasters with her husband on Thursday before providing a sobering update after the shooting.”If you are seeing the news about the @mallofamerica we got out and are safe,” she posted. “Praying others inside are too.”Kyle Busch, the 2015 and 2019 champion and winner of 60 career Cup races, is scheduled to race in the No. 18 Toyota on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.

Kyle Busch, a two-time NASCAR champion, and his family safely escaped the Mall of America in suburban Minneapolis after someone fired shots.

Bloomington police, which said no one appeared to be injured, was still searching for a suspect after securing the scene shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday. The police said two groups at the mall got into an altercation at a store and one group left, but someone in that group fired three rounds.

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A video posted on Twitter shows Busch walking away from the chaos while holding hands with his son, Brexton.

Customers leave the Mall of America after a lockdown was lifted in a shooting, where police have said no victim was found and a suspect has fled, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Minn. Police in Minnesota confirm that gunshots were fired at the Mall of America in suburban Minneapolis, but say no victim has been found. (AP Photo/Trisha Ahmed)

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Customers leave the Mall of America after a lockdown was lifted in a shooting, where police have said no victim was found and a suspect has fled, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022 in Bloomington, Minn.

Busch’s wife, Samantha, posted videos on her Instagram story, showing their son winning a youth racing event on Wednesday and riding roller coasters with her husband on Thursday before providing a sobering update after the shooting.

“If you are seeing the news about the @mallofamerica we got out and are safe,” she posted. “Praying others inside are too.”

Kyle Busch, the 2015 and 2019 champion and winner of 60 career Cup races, is scheduled to race in the No. 18 Toyota on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.

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