‘Shooting was all right’: Camping company to reopen after shooting incident

The shooting at Camping World in Cedar Rapids on Saturday was all the more shocking because it occurred at a place of employment, said Michael Schofield, a spokesman for the Cedar Rapids Fire Department.

“It was all good,” Schofetlesaid.

“Everyone was fine.”

Schofetsaid that CampingWorld was open Monday and the shooter, who police said was “aware of the fact that he was in a business setting,” was arrested.

“I don’t think it would be appropriate to comment on that,” he said.

Schofesaid Campingworlds reopened Monday after the shooting.

“We are just thankful to have everyone back in our community,” he added.

“The shooting was all very well.

Everybody was in the store.”

The shooting occurred at Campground World in Iowa’s Cedar Rapids.

Camping world, which is in the same building as a local gun shop, has had several security issues in the past.

In 2014, it was the target of a terrorist attack.

The attack left 10 people dead.

The next year, another attack killed four people.

That shooting, which took place outside of the store, was later ruled an act of terrorism.

On June 15, 2016, two men and a woman were fatally shot at CampsiteWorld.

The suspects fled the scene, police said.

On Sunday, Cedar Rapids Police Chief Greg Stemper said police had not released the names of the shooters.

“This was not an act by one individual,” he told reporters.

“He was clearly targeted.”