Another shooting in the US After the Yuvaldi massacre, the shootout in Arizona resulted in one dead and eight injured.
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More shootings in the United States, still fatalities. This time it happened in a shopping center in Phoenix, Arizona. Around one o’clock on the night of Thursday, June 2, perhaps after a fight, gunfire broke out. The outcome at the moment is the killing of a woman and the wounding of eight others. The accident occurred in a mall between 10th Street and Hatcher Road.
Arizona, shooting after party at the mall
Phoenix Police investigations into this case are still ongoing. It is first known that there may have been a quarrel that occurred during a party attended by hundreds of people.
The first shots will start inside the mallThen the clashes continued in the parking lot.
Arizona shooting: woman and two killed in miserable conditions
Nine people were seriously injured and a woman died in hospital hours after the shooting. Two other women are in miserable conditions. All those injured in the shootout are young men, between the ages of 18 and 24. At the moment, according to reports from the police to CBS, the identity of the suspects has not been found.
US Blood Trail: Latest Post-Uvalde Shootouts
The new shooting, of course, brings back the case for firearms use in the United States. after, after Yuvaldi Robb Primary School massacreOn May 25, an eighteen-year-old killed 19 children and two teachers, and protests erupted across the country.
A few days later, on June 2, a Tulsa (Oklahoma) A man killed 4 people and wounded 10 others before he committed suicide. Again, the next day, another shooting happened in Iowa and Wisconsin It killed three people.
President Biden in Ovaldi, Texas after the elementary school massacre
Biden: “How many more massacres are we willing to endure?”
It happened in the US since the beginning of the year 234 mass shootings. After these episodes, President Joe Biden returned to raise his voice.
“How many more carnage are we willing to accept? The Senate has to do something. Some Republicans’ refusal to even start a debate is unacceptable and immoral,” the president said. Biden.
The US president added that “guns are the leading cause of child death in America, more than cancer.”
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