- Two people dead and several wounded after a shooting in New Orleans.
- The shooting in New Orleans broke out near the popular French Quarter.
- Authorities have not yet reported the motive for the shooting.
The street is stained with blood again. A shooting in New Orleans, Louisiana, left two people dead and several wounded, confirmed police authorities cited by various media.
Two people were killed and four others injured at almost midnight Saturday in a shooting near the French Quarter, according to investigators cited by Boston 25 News.
Deadly shooting in New Orleans
According to the newspaper WDSU, the New Orleans Police Department reported that it received the report of the shooting around 11:45 p.m. Saturday and immediately the officers went to the scene at the intersection of Saint Bernard and North Claiborne avenues.
When officers arrived at the site, which according to the Boston 25 News is near New Orleans’ famous French Quarter, they found four victims suffering from gunshot wounds.
Victims in shooting in New Orleans
The four injured were immediately taken to a nearby hospital. In addition, two other victims arrived at the hospital by their own means, which brought the total number of victims to six, the WDSU said in its report also published this Sunday morning.
Shortly after, two of the victims died from gunshot wounds, the newspaper reported. Until now, neither they nor the rest of the injured people have been identified by the authorities, nor have their conditions been mentioned.
They investigate what triggered the shooting in New Orleans
Until the publication of this report, the police had not disclosed further information on the shooting, or on the suspect or the reason for the shooting, reported several local media.
Hours later, at 1.30 a.m. this Sunday, another shooting was recorded in New Orleans, but on 700 Tchoupitoulas Street, near Gravier Street, where two people were injured, but no further information was provided on this case. , public Nola.com.
Wisconsin Casino shooting kills 3, including suspect
On the other hand, a shooting at a Wisconsin casino left three dead: the two victims and the gunman himself, who was shot to death by police at the scene. The incident occurred on Saturday night in Green Bay. A third victim of the shooting is seriously wounded.
Investigators believed that the attacker intended to attack a specific person with whom he was angry, but that person was not in the Oneida Casino at the time. At first, the authorities did not identify the aggressor or any of the victims.
The man “decided to shoot some of the victim’s coworkers or friends anyway, apparently,” said Brown County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Kevin Pawlak. He was also not sure if the shooter was a former restaurant employee, although “there seems to be some relationship that had to do with the staff.”
“We are still determining whether or not everyone worked there,” Pawlak said. The injured person was taken to a Milwaukee hospital. The attack occurred around 7:30 p.m. at the Oneida Nation-run establishment on the western side of Green Bay.
It’s all under control”
State Attorney General Josh Kaul tweeted shortly before 10:00 pm that the place “is under control. There is no longer a threat to the community ”. He gave no further details and a spokeswoman for the prosecution did not immediately respond to a message for comment.
Green Bay Police and the Brown County Police Department told The Associated Press that they had no details about the incident at the casino. Jawad Yatim, a witness to the event, said that at least two people had been shot. To learn more about this event, read this new.
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