Virginia community rocked by deadly Walmart shooting

STORY: "You don't think something like this can happen, but it ends up happening and it just shocks you to the very core," said Justin.

The country's latest mass shooting on Tuesday (November 22) night shook the city of Chesapeake, about 200 miles (320 km) south of Washington.

It comes on the heels of last weekend's massacre in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where a gunman killed five at an LBGTQ nightclub.

The Virginia gunman, identified as Andre Bing, 31, of Chesapeake, said nothing as he began firing on workers gathered before their overnight shift, according to two employees who were in the break room, where the rampage ended, and Bing shot himself.

Police said at least three people were wounded in the attack, which took place while about 50 people were in the store, a cavernous Walmart Supercenter just off Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake.