At least one believed to be killed, others injured in Long Island supermarket shooting

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Three people were shot, including one possibly fatally, at a Stop & Shop on Long Island on Tuesday — with the gunman apparently then hopping on a nearby bus to flee, according to cops and a report.

The bloodshed occurred around 11:15 a.m. at the grocery store at 50 Cherry Valley Ave. in West Hempstead in Nassau County, cops said.

“We responded to a call for multiple shots fired,” a Nassau County Police Department spokesman said.

One of the gunshot victims is believed to have died, while two other people were injured, law-enforcement sources told a local NBC-TV affiliate. 

The suspected shooter is believed to have gotten on a bus to flee and is still in the wind, the outlet said.

The local school district has been put on lockdown, NBC said.

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