Jacksonville Landing shooting
|Jacksonville Landing shooting|
|Part of Mass shootings in the United States|
The Jacksonville Landing, where the shooting took place
|Location||Jacksonville Landing, Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.|
|Date||August 26, 2018|
|Deaths||3 (including the perpetrator)|
The Jacksonville Landing shooting was a mass shooting that happened on August 26, 2018, at a Madden NFL 19 video game tournament at the Jacksonville Landing in Jacksonville, Florida. Three people were killed, including the shooter, and eleven others were injured.
In addition to the gunman, two people were confirmed killed: Taylor Robertson, age 27, and Eli Clayton, age 22.
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