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u can hear the gunshots the moment a gunman in Jacksonville, Florida opened fire, captured in this streaming video. Police say 24-year-old David Katz began shooting after losing a video game tournament on Sunday, killing two people and injuring 11 before turning the gun on himself. On Monday, police searched for a motive in the third mass shooting in Florida in two years.
Witnesses told the local media that the gunman was a disgruntled gammer and it was not clear if he knew his victims. Police and FBI agents swarmed Katz' upscale townhouse in south Baltimore late on sunday.>> Everyone just started running, running, running, running, running. And the gunshots were everywhere, all you heard was the gunshots and people are just scattering all over the place.
>> The latest rampage occurred amid a debate over US gun laws that was sparked anew by the massacre in February. In which 17 people were killed in a high school in Parkland, Florida. A shooting which came two years after a gunman killed 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Addressing the latest shooting, Florida Governor Rick Scott avoided discussing the state's gun laws.>> Something's gotta change, what is causing these young men not to value life?>> A fair question to ask whether access to guns is part of the problem?>> If you look at it that's what you've got, first thing that everybody's gonna go to is the political fight.
>> Right, but is that a fair question?>> First thing the people are gonna go to is this political fight.>> Reacting to news of the shooting during the tournament involving its game, the makers of the video game Madden 19. Electronic Arts said it was working with authorities to gather facts.