August 7, 2022

Gunman open fires on Independence Day parade, 6 killed, 30 wounded


  • The taking pictures befell at a place on the parade direction the place many citizens had staked out high viewing issues early within the day for the once a year 4th of July party.

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At least six people were killed and around 30 wounded on July 4 when a gunman opened fire from a rooftop at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.(AFP)

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At least six folks had been killed and round 30 wounded on July 4 when a gunman opened hearth from a rooftop at a Fourth of July parade within the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.(AFP)

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More than 100 law enforcement officers were called to the parade scene or dispatched to find the suspected shooter.(AFP)

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More than 100 regulation enforcement officials had been referred to as to the parade scene or dispatched to search out the suspected shooter.(AFP)

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“It definitely hits a lot harder when it’s not only your hometown but it’s also right in front of you,” resident Ron Tuazon said as he and a friend returned to the parade route Monday evening to retrieve chairs, blankets and a child’s bike that he and his family abandoned when the shooting began.(REUTERS)

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“It definitely hits a lot harder when it’s not only your hometown but it’s also right in front of you,” resident Ron Tuazon stated as he and a pal returned to the parade direction Monday night to retrieve chairs, blankets and a kid’s motorbike that he and his circle of relatives deserted when the taking pictures started.(REUTERS)

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“It’s commonplace now,” Tuazon stated of what he referred to as but every other American atrocity. “We don’t blink anymore. Until laws change, it’s going to be more of the same.”(AFP)

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“There’s no safe place,” said Highland Park resident Barbara Harte, 73, who had stayed away from the parade fearing a mass shooting, but later ventured from her home.(AFP)

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“There’s no safe place,” stated Highland Park resident Barbara Harte, 73, who had stayed clear of the parade fearing a mass taking pictures, however later ventured from her house.(AFP)

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Law enforcement escorts a family away from the scene of a shooting at a Fourth of July parade on July 4 in Highland Park, Illinois. Police have detained Robert Bobby E. Crimo III, 22, in connection with the shooting.(AFP)

Published on Jul 05, 2022 10:42 AM IST

Law enforcement escorts a circle of relatives clear of the scene of a taking pictures at a Fourth of July parade on July 4 in Highland Park, Illinois. Police have detained Robert Bobby E. Crimo III, 22, in reference to the taking pictures.(AFP)

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Police declined to immediately identify Crimo as a suspect but said identifying him as a person of interest, sharing his name and other information publicly was a serious step.(REUTERS)

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Police declined to instantly establish Crimo as a suspect however stated figuring out him as an individual of pastime, sharing his identify and different knowledge publicly was once a significant step.(REUTERS)

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Lake County Major Crime Task Force spokesman Christopher Covelli said at a news conference “several of the deceased victims” died at the scene and one was taken to a hospital and died there. Police have not released details about the victims or wounded.(REUTERS)

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Lake County Major Crime Task Force spokesman Christopher Covelli stated at a information convention “several of the deceased victims” died on the scene and one was once taken to a clinic and died there. Police have now not launched information about the sufferers or wounded.(REUTERS)

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Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek said the five people killed at the parade were adults, but didn’t have information on the sixth victim who was taken to a hospital and died there.(REUTERS)

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Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek stated the 5 folks killed on the parade had been adults, however didn’t have knowledge on the 6th sufferer who was once taken to a clinic and died there.(REUTERS)

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Police investigate outside the home of the mother of the man detained after the Fourth of July shooting.(REUTERS)

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Police examine outdoor the house of the mum of the person detained after the Fourth of July taking pictures.(REUTERS)

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