ORLANDO, Florida, (AFP) - Two people were killed and six were hurt on Friday in the second mass shooting in the United States in as many days, with police still hunting the gunman in Orlando, Florida. Panicked people rushed from the office building as SWAT teams entered to try and track down the shooter, whose spree began less than 24 hours after a shooting rampage at a Texas military base left 13 dead. Emergency officials said that two people had been killed and six were hurt. 8 total victims, two are dead, a fire department spokeswoman told AFP. A police helicopter hovered over the scene, as dozens of police cars locked down the area surrounding the 16-story Gateway Centre, television images showed. Its my understanding at this time that its one shooter, said police spokeswoman Barbara Jones. Were still seeking the suspect. She said she could not confirm a report that he was an employee who worked at the centre.