A suspect died Friday morning after opening fire at the Florida Naval Air Station, Pensacola, killing at least three people and wounding seven others. >> Read more trend news Authorities said the shooting was reported just before 7 a.m. local time in a classroom building at NAS Pensacola. Officers who responded with the Escambia County Sheriff's Office exchanged shots with the alleged shooter, killing him, authorities said. Here are the latest updates: Update 3:42 p.m. EST December 8: Officials are still trying to determine if Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani acted alone or was part of a terrorist group on Friday when he opened fire at the Florida Naval Air Station, Pensacola, The Washington Post reported. Rachel Rojas, the special agent in charge of the Jacksonville division of the FBI, said at a press conference that the agency's main objective is to determine if the Saudi air force lieutenant worked as "part of a larger network," he said. the newspaper. Rojas said that Shamrani's weapon, a 9mm Glock, was legally purchased, but did not describe how Shamrani obtained it and took it to the base, according to the Post. Update 10:38 p.m. ITS T. December 7: The third victim of the shooting at Pensacola Naval Air Station was identified as Cameron Scott Walters, 21, of Richmond Hill, Georgia. "The sailors who lost their lives in the line of duty and showed exceptional heroism and bravery in the face of evil," Captain Tim Kinsella, commander of the facility, said in a statement. "When they met, they did not flee from danger; they ran to him and saved lives. If it were not for his actions, and the actions of the Naval Security Force that were the first to respond on the scene, this incident could have been much worse "Update 9:58 pm EST December 7: Two of the three victims in the deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station were identified. Mohammed" Mo "Haitham, of St. Petersburg, Florida, was killed while trying to stop the shooter "The Tampa Bay Times reported. Haitham, 19, joined the Navy after graduating from high school last year. He was assigned to flight crew training and was expected to graduate later this month. "He said he was going to buy his flight jacket for Christmas," his mother, Evelyn Brady, who also served in the Navy told the Times. Update 3:08 pm EST December 7: authorities said Mohammed Saeed Ashamra nor, the Saudi student who fatally shot three people at the Florida Naval Air Station, Pensacola, organized a dinner earlier this week, and he and three others watched videos of mass shootings, The Associated Press reported. Saturday. The official was informed by federal investigators, according to the AP. Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Republican from Florida, whose district includes the Pensacola area, tweeted that he received condolences from Saudi Ambassador Reema Al-Saud, WEAR-TV reported. Update 11:05 a.m. EST December 7: Family members identified one of the victims shot dead at the Florida Naval Air Station, Pensacola, the Pensacola News Journal reported on Saturday. Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23, a recent graduate of the US Naval Academy. UU. Who informed Pensacola two weeks ago, was one of the three people killed during Friday's shooting, the newspaper reported. Watson's brother, Adam Johnson, confirmed the death in a Facebook post, the News Journal reported that "Joshua Kaleb Watson saved countless lives today with his own," Adam Johnson wrote Friday night. After receiving several shots, he left and told the first response team where the shooter was and those details were invaluable. "He died as a hero and we are more than proud, but there is a hole in our hearts that can never be filled." Watson's father, Benjamin Watson, told the News Journal that his son was the officer on deck at the time of the shooting. Joshua Watson was shot at least five times, his father told the newspaper. Update 11:05 a.m. EST December 7: Family members identified one of the victims shot dead at the Florida Naval Air Station, Pensacola, the Pensacola News Journal reported on Saturday. Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23, a recent graduate of the US Naval Academy. UU. Who informed Pensacola two weeks ago, was one of the three people killed during Friday's shooting, the newspaper reported. Watson's brother, Adam Johnson, confirmed the death in a Facebook post, the News Journal reported. Update 9:30 p.m. EST December 6: The shooter has been identified as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani according to WKRG. He is one of the hundreds of international military who receive training there. At a press conference on Friday night, the FBI declined to comment on their possible motivations. "There are many reports circulating, but the FBI only deals with the facts," said Rachel L. Rojas, FBI special agent in charge of the Jacksonville Field Office. "This remains an active and ongoing investigation." Update 2:25 p.m. ITS T. December 6: Authorities declined to confirm the identity of the person who shot several people on Friday morning at Pensacola Naval Air Station, killing three people before agents shot and killed. "I think there will obviously be many questions about this individual being a foreign citizen, being part of the Saudi Arabian Air Force and then being here training in our territory and to do this," the Florida governor said Friday, Ron DeSantis. Tomorrow at a press conference. "The FBI is working with (the Department of Defense), they are working with (the Florida Department of Law Enforcement), they are working with the Escambia County Sheriff to answer those questions." DeSantis said he spoke with President Donald on Friday. Triumph. "One of the things I talked about with the president is that he was a foreign citizen serving a foreign service … obviously, the Saudi Arabian government needs to improve things for the victims," said DeSantis. "I think they are going to have a debt here, since this was one of their people." Authorities confirmed at a press conference that the suspect used a gun in Friday's shooting. Captain Tim Kinsella, commander of NAS Pensacola, said the suspect was on NAS Pensacola to receive aviation training. Early in the day, agents said the suspect opened fire just before 7 a.m. local time in a classroom at NAS Pensacola. The authorities continue to investigate. Update 1:45 p.m. ITS T. December 6: Pensacola authorities are expected to provide an update on Friday afternoon about the investigation of the deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station that left four people dead. Update 1:20 p.m. ITS T. December 6: President Donald Trump said Friday afternoon he spoke with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and received a full briefing on the deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. "My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families during this difficult time," Trump said. "We continue to monitor the situation while the investigation continues." Update 12:50 p.m. ITS T. December 6: An official told The Associated Press that the person who opened fire on Friday at Pensacola Naval Air Station, killing three people and injuring others before being shot and killed by the authorities, was a student of Saudi Arabia aviation. Authorities are investigating to determine if the shooting was related to terrorism, according to the AP. Military from all over the world attend the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. The authorities are expected to hold a press conference at 12:30 p.m. Friday local time to update the public about the investigation. Update 11:50 a.m. EST December 6: authorities expect to hold a press conference at 12 p.m. Local time on Friday to provide more updates on the shooting that left four people dead at Pensacola Naval Air Station. Update 11:05 a.m. EST December 6: Authorities said a total of 11 people were injured or killed in the Friday morning shooting, including the alleged shooter. The injured included two agents who responded in the Escambia County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff David Morgan said Friday at a press conference. One agent was shot in the arm and the other was shot in the knee, Morgan said. Both were expected to survive. Morgan described walking the scene left by Friday's attack as something similar to "being in a movie." "Just don't expect this to happen here at home," he said. The authorities continue to investigate. Update at 10:45 a.m. EST December 6: officials are holding a press conference to update the public about the deadly shooting on Friday morning at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. Update 10:25 a.m. EST December 6: Vice President Mike Pence said he is monitoring the situation in Florida after a shooting left two victims and a suspect dead at Pensacola Naval Air Station. "Praying for the victims and their families," Pence wrote Friday morning in a Twitter post. "We commend the first to respond for their quick action to bring down the shooter and put those at the base to a safe place." Update 10:20 am EST December 6: White House officials said President Donald Trump was informed of the deadly shooting reported Friday morning at Pensacola Naval Air Station. Update 10:15 a.m. EST December 6: Pensacola Naval Air Station officials said the base will close on Friday after a shooting left three people dead earlier in the day. Authorities said at least three people, including the alleged shooter, died in the incident. Reports indicated that at least eight other people were injured in the shooting. The incident occurred two days after authorities said an American sailor shot and killed two civilian employees before shooting at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Another person was injured in that shooting. Pensacola Naval Air Station employs more than 16,000 military and 7,400 civilians, according to officials. Update 10:10 am EST December 6: Senator Marco Rubio, a Republican from Florida, said his office has been in "close contact with all relevant officials and closely monitoring events" after a shooter opened fire on Friday at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. Tomorrow, killing two people. Authorities said the shooter also died. "Please pray for all those affected by this horrible situation," Rubio said in a Twitter post. Update 10 a.m. EST December 6: A spokesman for the Ascension of the Sacred Heart Hospital told CNN that hospital officials hoped to receive three patients who had been injured in the Friday morning shooting, less than the six scheduled earlier in the day . Hospital spokesman Mike Burke told the news network that most of the victims were taken to Baptist Hospital because of their proximity to the base. Kathy Bowers, a spokeswoman for Baptist Hospital, previously told the Pensacola News Journal that the hospital had received five patients injured in Friday's shooting. Update 9:45 a.m. EST December 6: U.S. Navy officials UU. They have confirmed that a second person has died after a shooter opened fire Friday morning at Pensacola Naval Air Station. Update 9:35 a.m. EST December 6: Officials told the Pensacola News Journal that two people were confirmed dead after Friday morning's shooting, in addition to the shooter. Naval officials said earlier that at least one person had been killed. Update 9:20 a.m. EST December 6: At least 11 people were hospitalized immediately after Friday's deadly shooting, according to The Associated Press. Ascension Sacred Heart spokesman Mike Burke told the AP that six people were taken to the hospital after a shooter opened fire at Pensacola Naval Air Station early Friday. The Pensacola News Journal previously reported that five other people were transferred to Baptist Hospital with injuries. Naval officials said at least one victim died in Friday's shooting. The authorities continue to investigate. Update 9:10 a.m. EST December 6: U.S. Navy officials UU. They said at least one person died Friday morning in a shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida. Authorities said the alleged shooter was also dead on Friday morning. Update at 9 a.m. EST on December 6: A Baptist Hospital official told the Pensacola News Journal that five patients were taken to the hospital after Friday morning's shooting. The authorities continue to investigate. Update 8:55 a.m. EST December 6: Authorities from the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said an alleged shooter had died Friday morning at Pensacola Naval Air Station. Original report: authorities are responding on Friday morning to reports of shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station, according to base officials. NAS Pensacola authorities said both base doors were closed Friday morning while authorities were investigating. U.S. Navy officials UU. They said the base was closed around 7:45 a.m. local time. An ECSO spokeswoman told Pensacola News Journal agents that they were working to "eliminate" what was described as an active shooter around 7:30 a.m. local time. Officials from the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said injuries were reported on WEAR-TV. Details about the number of people injured and the extent of their injuries were not immediately available. Associated Press contributed to this report. 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