CARSON CITY, Nev. - A gunman wounded at least seven people and himself after a shooting rampage Tuesday morning at the International House of Pancakes in South Carson, the Associate Press reports.
Carson City Sheriff Kenny Furlong said the gunman opened fire inside the IHOP restaurant about 9 a.m. wounding multiple people, including himself. The shooter has been transported to a local hospital and has a very low chance of survival.
UPDATE: Three are now confirmed dead and at least six wounded, including the gunman.
The alleged gunman shot himself and remains in a local hospital with less chances on survival.
Two of the people killed served in the military, according to Carson City Sheriff Kenny Furlong.
Authorities have not released the names and conditions of the victims, but they have been transported to the hospital.
The incident occurred on South Carson Street near the main street in the state capital called U.S. 395.
More details are unfolding. Check with MSNBC for further details.