A witness of the incident, who was carrying a legal firearm, shot a gunman.  The gunman was creating trouble with fire at the school festival in Florida’s Space Coast.

Today Florida report of the incident that on Saturday’s shot the gunman in the head. Therefore, with his life-threat injuries, he was admitted to the hospital.

Florida witness shoots a gunman, who opened fire at the festival | US.tnbclive.com

Police have not yet recognized the gunman. The Saturday incident took place during Titusville festival at the “Peace in the City.”

Florida witness shoots a gunman, who opened fire at the festival | US.tnbclive.com

Authorities report that the unidentified gunman had a fight earlier on Saturday morning. Then later in evening, he returned to the park with a gun and started firing at visitors. School public was handed over at the celebration of the festival, almost 150 people were there and suddenly he started firing.

Florida witness shoots a gunman, who opened fire at the festival | US.tnbclive.com

The witness was cooperating with the investigators of the case and did not suppose to face any punishment for the shot. No one present at the celebration of the festival was injured or shot.

Florida witness shoots a gunman, who opened fire at the festival | US.tnbclive.com

Titusville is situated on Florida’s Atlantic Coast, near Cape Canaveral.

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