USA: Two mass shootings took place in Philadelphia and Chattanooga, 6 people were killed
Collecting evidence at the scene of a shooting incident on South Street, Philadelphia, June 5, 2022. (Photo: AP)
Local police while patrolling South Street heard several gunshots and witnessed several suspects Shooting in the crowd just before midnight. This shooting left 3 people dead, while 11 others were injured.
South Street is known for its nightlife and entertainment venues with a wide variety of bars, restaurants and businesses. Among the victims were two men and a woman whose identities have not been made public.
Blockade of South Street, where the shooting took place. (Photo: AP)
Two handguns have been recalled, including one with a high-capacity magazine (with more than 10 rounds). There are currently no suspects involved in the case shoot arrested.
A notice posted on the official Twitter account of the Philadelphia Police Department advised residents to avoid the area.
Just hours later, a shooting took place near a nightclub in Chattanooga, Tennessee, leaving three people dead, 14 wounded and three hit by a car while fleeing the chaotic scene. Of the three people killed, two died from gunshot wounds and one died after being hit by a car.
Bullet holes on the window, blood on the street after the shooting. (Photo: ABC News)
According to Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy, 16 of the injured are adults and one is a minor, with several still in critical condition. Local police believe multiple shooters were involved in the shooting.
This is the second shooting in Chattanooga in the past week. Six teenagers were shot in downtown Chattanooga last weekend.
According to the U.S. Gun Violence Archive, there have been 239 mass shootings in the country since the beginning of the year (a mass shooting is defined as a shooting in which at least four people were injured). shot, excluding the shooter).
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