Sunday, February 5, 2023

The gunman was shot dead by an armed civilian in a US mall shooting that claimed 3 lives

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Officials said that three people were killed and three others were injured on Sunday at a mall in the US state of Indiana. The most recent incident of gun violence in the nation. A mass shooting occurred this evening at the Greenwood Park Mall. According to a statement from Greenwood, Indiana, by Mayor Mark Myers.

On its Facebook page, the Greenwood police posted a message requesting information from any witnesses to the incident.

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According to the Gun Violence Archive, nearly 40,000 deaths in the US are brought on by firearms each year. This attack is just the most recent in a string of violent incidents involving firearms.

It happens only a few weeks after a shooter opened fire on a July 4 parade in a wealthy Chicago neighborhood. Killing seven people and injuring at least thirty-two more.

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That killing came after two other massacres in May that left 19 students and two instructors dead at an elementary school in Texas and 10 Black people. Shot to death at a store in upstate New York.

The contentious discussion on gun control has been rekindled in light of the recent spike in gun crime. This week, a US House of Representatives committee. Will vote on a bill that would outlaw assault rifles for the first time in over 20 years.

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According to the Gun Violence Archive, about 40,000 deaths in the United States are brought on by weapons each year. This attack in Indiana is only the most recent in a string of gun violence occurrences.

Only a few weeks prior to this occurrence, a shooter opened fire on a July 4 parade in a wealthy Chicago neighbourhood. killing seven people and injuring at least three dozen more. That incident came after two earlier massacres in May, in which 10 Black people were shot dead in a grocery in upstate. New York and 19 children and two instructors were killed in an elementary school in Texas.

The ongoing discussion about weapon restriction has been rekindled by the most recent increase in gun violence occurrences. A committee of the US House of Representatives is also scheduled to vote this week on a bill. That would outlaw assault weapons for the first time in nearly 20 years.

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