Two of those killed and three of the wounded at the pancake house on the city’s main street were uniformed National Guards
Eduardo Sencion has been identified as the gunman in the IHOP restaurant shooting in Carson City, Nevada
A man shot dead at least three people and wounded at least six others in a Nevada restaurant before fatally turning the gun on himself.
The gunman has been named as Eduardo Sencion, 32, of Carson City.
Two of those killed and three of the wounded at the pancake house on the city’s main street were uniformed Nevada National Guards, according to the police.
He initially survived his self-inflicted gunshot wound but later died at a hospital, Carson City sheriff’s spokesman Jack Freer told Reuters.
Nevada National Guard spokeswoman April Conway said there was no indication that the gunman had any link to the Guard.