By The Times-Union Multiple people are dead, including at least one suspect, after a mass shooting Sunday at the Jacksonville Landing, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. Police are asking that anyone hiding inside the Landing should call 911 so they can get to them. About three blocks are cordoned off around the Landing in downtown, both on the streets and it appears on the Northbank Riverwalk. Witnesses saw people being removed on stretchers and others being carried out by people. Authorities have asked the public and media to stay away from the area, which they say is not safe at this time. The city released a statement saying Mayor Lenny Curry and Sheriff Mike Williams are in contact about what’s happening at the Landing. The two are expected to address the media later today, according to the statement released on Twitter. Recommended for you Recommended for you Recommended for you Most read 1 Before he died, McCain asked that Trump not attend funeral 2 Palm Beach County mugshots: Arrest photos from Palm Beach County 3 One dead in triple-shooting at Jacksonville high school football game Coast Guard boats are out on the St. Johns River. The Times-Union has multiple journalists on the way to the scene. Follow @jaxdotcom on Twitter and check for updates on Jacksonville.com throughout the day.