Indiana: Man killed in mall shooting

Indiana: Man Killed in Shooting After Argument at University Park Mall in Mishawaka Police are conducting site investigations to find the...

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  • Indiana: Man Killed in Shooting After Argument at University Park Mall in Mishawaka
  • Police are conducting site investigations to find the murderer
  • The victim was with his family in the play area

Indiana mall shooting. A man killed in a shooting after an argument at University Park Mall in Mishawaka, according to a report by South Bend Tribune.

Officers were dispatched to the mall shortly before 3:00 p.m. after receiving reports of a shooting at the scene. They found the man, identified as 23-year-old Delaney J. Crosby, dead from at least one gunshot wound, according to a statement from the St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit.

Police agencies evacuated the mall and formed a “search and rescue team” in order to find additional victims and / or suspects, but could not find them.

In a statement, Metro Homicide referenced a social media post by someone identified as “Rafael Delaghetto” claiming to be the shooter. The person was interviewed and is not the shooter, police said.

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The statement also reported that the shooting occurred after two men started arguing with each other and one of them pulled out a pistol and shot the victim.

The police have not yet made any arrests but Metro Homicide is conducting the pertinent investigations and interviewing witnesses, while reviewing the images of the security cameras that recorded the events.

Renee Dominik, 44, was at the mall, in a playground near Shoe Dept. Encore, with her husband and two children when the shooting occurred. “I heard a bang and I saw people running,” he said. “I thought maybe it was a tornado.”

An employee at the shoe store directed people to take shelter inside, Dominik said. She, her family, and 35 other people rushed into the back room of the store before heading outside.

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Employees at other stores also invited people to hide.

Videos posted on social media showed people running out of the mall in the seconds after the shooting. Police are asking anyone with information to call Metro Homicide at 574-235-5009, or Crime Stoppers at 574-288-STOP .

Seven injured in Atlanta parking lot collapse

Atlanta parking lot collapse. A total of seven injured workers left the collapse of a parking under construction in Atlanta, Georgia, after a first incident was reported on Friday and another the next day, the city’s Fire Department reported.

Friday’s collapse injured six construction workers in a parking lot being built for the Emory Hospital expansion in Midtown, local television station WSB reported.

On Saturday, a worker was injured and sent to Grady Memorial Hospital after another part of the platform fell. Workers were on site Saturday to clean up and try to shore up the building. OSHA, the government agency in charge of workplace accidents, was on the scene at the time of the second collapse.

“The worker suffered some major injuries to his lower extremities,” said Sgt. Cortez Stafford.

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Stafford said some workers struggled to try to get him out from under the rubble, but firefighters were eventually able to get him out of the building.

West Peachtree Street is closed between Pine and Linden Avenue. The city of Atlanta ordered the construction company to halt its work until investigators can determine what is happening.

“Right now, the parking structure is compromised,” Stafford said. “There is no one in the structure, we pushed people back and closed the streets.”

According to WSB, this is the second incident in recent years in Midtown involving worker injuries or deaths on a project by the same company.

Baston Cook Construction tweeted that they were responsible for the construction of one of Atlanta’s largest parking lots in June. The platform at Emory Midtown is slated to have 16 floors with 3,000 parking spaces and 16,000 square feet of retail space.

Records show the company paid more than a $ 12,000 fine for a 2017 accident that killed a 20-year-old construction worker at a Midtown hospital. At the time, the president of the company told WSB that it was a concrete installation.

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