At least 18 people were killed and several are in critical condition after a mass shooting in two locations in Lewiston, Maine, ABC News has learned.
ABC News is learning about the victims of the shooting in both locations — a bowling alley, where a children’s league was taking place, and Schemengees Bar & Grill, a local bar.
The suspect, Robert Card, is still at large, authorities said.
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Here’s what we know about the victims so far.
Bob Violette was shot and killed at the bowling alley, which was the first location targeted in the mass shooting. Violette was a youth bowling coach.
Tricia Asselin was also killed at the bowling alley, family said.
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Joseph Walker was the manager at Schemengees Bar & Grill, which was the second location targeted in the mass shooting.
Steven Vozzella was among the victims killed at the Schemengees Bar & Grill, his family said. He was part of a gathering of deaf people playing cornhole.
Victim Bill Brackett was also part of the gathering of deaf people playing cornhole at the bar, his family said.
This is a developing story. Please come back for more updates