Urgent .. 7 people were killed in shooting accidents in Northern California

Urgent .. 7 people were killed in shooting accidents in Northern California
Urgent .. 7 people were killed in shooting accidents in Northern California
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Seven people have been killed in separate shootings in Northern California, US, according to the AFP news agency.

Separate shooting incidents

California Senator Josh Baker announced yesterday evening, citing the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, that at least four people were killed in connection with separate shootings in Northern California on Monday, January 23.

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Two of the injured are in critical condition

And the US authorities announced that three people were wounded, two of them in critical condition, in a shooting yesterday afternoon, Monday, at a private school near downtown Des Moines, Iowa.

Calls for help came around 12:50, while Des Moines Police Sergeant Paul Parizek told reporters that two of the injured were in a “very critical condition” and the third was in stable condition.

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Injuries among staff and students

Police data confirmed that among the injured was an adult employee of the school and two others, “who may have been students.” The ages and affiliations of the victims were not immediately clear.

According to a statement from the Des Moines Police Department, police officers “have several potential suspects in custody.”

The Iowa shooting follows other disturbing shootings across the US, with 11 people killed at a dance studio in Monterey Park, California, late Saturday night, and 12 people shot and wounded inside a bar in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, early. from Sunday morning.

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