Raw Footage: Teens TRASH Supermarket, Open Fire on Employees

You know how you see something in a movie, and think to yourself “Geez. That was crazy. Stuff like that doesn’t happen in real life.” Well here is a clip that you would think is part of an independent film, but it isn’t. This raw footage shows a group of ruthless, unruly teens, and you’ll find yourself thankful that you were not present.

On Tuesday, Anchorage Police, in Alaska, responded to a call of disturbance in a supermarket. However, they were not fully prepared for what they were about to walk into. A group of hooligan teenagers were fighting inside the store, breaking merchandise, urinating in the aisles, and acting absolutely disrespectful.

This is when one of the store’s employees confronted the disruptive group, and asked them to leave. You can see the moment they are ushered out the door, but once it is closed, they began to throw what looks like a trash can at the glass, shattering it.

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Once the hoodlums gave up on the door and ran, one of them presented a handgun and opened fire, striking one of the Carrs Safeway employees. The person was transported to the hospital but thankfully did not have any life-threatening injuries.

All of this is caught on film. See for yourself:

https://youtu.be/osk31Rr1-TY

 

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