A man was shot and another was arrested outside the Walmart Supercenter on North Monroe Street Friday evening, according to a Leon County Sheriff's Office spokesperson.
The victim was injured and rushed to the hospital, a watch commander told a reporter at the scene.
Investigators roped off an area near the Walmart entrance that included a white City Taxi van.
Details of the incident weren't immediately available as the investigation is in its infant stages, a watch commander said.
One passer-by reported seeing police and fire vehicles as well as ambulances, and what appeared to be people on the ground.
This was the third shooting in Tallahassee in a 30-hour period.
On Thursday, night a man was shot and hospitalized after an argument turned violent at Springfield Apartments, according to the Tallahassee Police Department.
The following morning, while traveling on Miccosukee, "suspect(s)" fired into another vehicle, hospitalizing one man with non-life-threatening injuries, a TPD spokeswoman said.
Since the new year, there had been at least eight shootings in the capital city, according to an analysis of gun violence by the Democrat. These shootings have caused at least six injuries and three deaths.
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This article originally appeared on Tallahassee Democrat: Shooting outside North Monroe Walmart, one person injured