Florida: Shooting at Amazon warehouse leaves one dead and one injured

A shooting at an Amazon warehouse in Jacksonville, Florida, left one dead and one injured Investigators said the incident could be relate...

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  • A shooting at an Amazon warehouse in Jacksonville, Florida, left one dead and one injured
  • Investigators said the incident could be related to a “domestic relationship” between those involved.
  • The people affected are believed to be Amazon employees

A woman died and a man was hospitalized for her injuries after a shooting at an Amazon fulfillment center in Jacksonville, Florida, according to authorities.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to the center Tuesday night, where officers found the woman dead at the scene, Lt. JD Stronko said at a news conference, according to The Associated Press.

Florida: Shooting at Amazon warehouse leaves one dead and one injured

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The man was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not detailed. The agency said Tuesday night that the scene was safe and that it did not appear to be an active shooter situation.

The researchers said the first findings appeared to show that the man and woman may have been in a “domestic relationship.” Both are believed to be Amazon employees, Stronko said.

So far, the sheriff’s office has not identified the people who were shot or the shooter as the investigation is ongoing.

In June, there was a shooting outside this same Amazon facility that left one person dead and two others slightly injured.

On that occasion, a 20-year-old man was fatally shot while waiting in line outside the Amazon warehouse to apply for a job, Deputy Chief of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Brian Kee said during a news conference.

Kee said two men got out of a silver car at about 2 p.m. on June 29, ran toward the victim and began firing their guns before quickly leaving the scene.

Two bystanders were grazed by bullets but did not require hospitalization, Kee said. Authorities said the shooting on the north side of the city did not appear to have been a case of workplace violence.

Stray bullet enters through the window and kills Mexican in her New York home

On the other hand, a Mexican woman lost her life this Wednesday in New York by a shot in the head apparently from a stray bullet that entered through a window of her apartment, local media indicated.

The woman was identified by authorities as Bertha Arriaga, 43, who had three children and lived with her family in Queens County, according to the Efe agency.

Her brother-in-law, Javier Aguilar, told Channel 11 that the woman heard noises in the street and went to look out a bedroom window when she was hit by the bullet, around 12:45 a.m. this Wednesday.

It also indicated that the victim’s 14-year-old son heard when the window was broken and ran into the room, where he found his mother on the floor bleeding.

The boy woke up his father, Jorge Aguilar, who was in another room, who tried unsuccessfully to give him first aid. The woman was declared dead by emergency medical personnel

“She was the best wife of all … She cared a lot about the children,” her husband told the local channel.

Arriaga and Aguilar emigrated from Mexico fifteen years ago, the channel adds. She is also survived by her 10- and 6-year-old children.

According to authorities, several calls to 911 were received for gunshots in the neighborhood around the same time that Arriaga was hit by the bullet.

3 dead, including a child, confirmed in Salem, Oregon shooting

After the shooting in Salem, Oregon, authorities confirmed the deaths of three people, including an 11-year-old boy. And it is that it was an incident with hostages, in which the talks were abruptly interrupted, which caused the police elements to mobilize quickly.

According to the New York Post newspaper, the agents broke into the house in Marion County, Oregon, where they contacted the suspect José Jesús López-Tinoco.

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These agents sought to control the situation in a calm manner, but upon hearing shots they forced entry to intervene in the situation. There they found 34-year-old suspect José Jesús López-Tinoco, who apparently committed suicide by shooting himself.

In addition, according to the same media, the agents found Diari Bustos-Bustos, 24, and an 11-year-old boy who was duly identified dead, however his name will not be shared.

The New York Post reported that a 43-year-old woman, identified as Laura Rocío-Bustos, was taken to a nearby hospital with serious gunshot wounds that apparently received the result of this terrible situation.

A 13-year-old minor who was reported by county agents as unharmed was also rescued, the minor was identified but without mentioning his name.

The Oregon State Police through a statement posted on one of its official sites said that one of its agents opened fire upon entering the property, but the number of bullets emitted was not mentioned.

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