Another Guard Member Dies After IHOP Shooting

Courtesy of Nevada Appeal
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A third Nevada National Guard member has died as a result of the mass shooting at an IHOP in Carson City.

Spokeswoman Maj. April Conway says the guard member is a woman, but cannot give any further details at this point in time.

Carson City Sheriff Kenny Furlong has identified the shooter as Eduardo Sencion, a Carson City resident with no known ties to the military.

Sencion entered the IHOP at 8:58 AM, and shot at a table of uniformed guard members. Sencion then went outside the restaurant, and reportedly shot a version of an AK-47 in a 360-degree pattern, striking local businesses and another woman. Sencion then shot himself in the head.

This latest death brings the death toll from today's massacre, including Sencion, to 5.