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Denver’s CBS News affiliate reports:

Boulder Police rushed to an active shooter call at a King Soopers on Table Mesa Drive near South Broadway. The call came in at around 2:30 p.m. One man without a shirt on was walked out of the store in handcuffs about an hour after the first call. It appears his right leg was covered in blood. He was led to an ambulance and taken away to a local hospital. The Jefferson County SWAT team is at least one Denver metro area agency helping in this situation. Lakewood and Denver police are also sending help.

#BREAKING: Shirtless man taken out of Boulder King Soopers in handcuffs and loaded into ambulance — his involvement in the reported shooting is not clear.

— CBSDenver (@CBSDenver) March 22, 2021

#BREAKING This is a a third medical helicopter, according the CBSN Denver, that has arrived in Boulder. It appears this is a @uchealth helicopter to possibly transport a third person from a reported shooting at the King Soopers.

— Biden_Squadron (@BidenSquadron) March 22, 2021

Like my fellow Coloradans, I am closely watching unfolding events at King Soopers in Boulder. My prayers are with our fellow Coloradans in this time of sadness and grief as we learn more about the extent of the tragedy.

— Governor Jared Polis (@GovofCO) March 22, 2021

THIS is what a Colorado Congresswoman, gun extremist and conspiracy theorist is tweeting while a mass shooting tragedy unfolds in Boulder, a city in her state. #coleg

— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) March 22, 2021

BREAKING NEWS: At least 6 dead after mass shooting in #Boulder, Colorado – per Police scanner

— Just Info (@JustInfoUS) March 22, 2021

“He didn’t say shit,” said one witness. “He just came in and started shooting.”

— The Denver Post (@denverpost) March 22, 2021

Heartbreaking photo from scene of King Soopers shooting in #Boulder by @photojmatthew

— Mitchell Byars (@mitchellbyars) March 22, 2021

Witnesses in Boulder say the gunman in the King Soopers parking lot was holding an “AR-15 style weapon” and wearing what looked like tactical gear. #coleg

— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) March 22, 2021

ICYMI: A Colorado judge gave law-abiding gun owners something to celebrate.

In an @NRAILA-supported case, he ruled that the city of Boulder’s ban on commonly-owned rifles (AR-15s) and 10+ round mags was preempted by state law and STRUCK THEM DOWN.

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