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Baltimore Shooting: Two killed, 28 injured in firing during party in Baltimore city of America

Pankaj Prasad
Baltimore Shooting
Baltimore Shooting

Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley told a press conference that the shooting occurred at a block party in the Brooklyn Holmes neighborhood on the south side of the city.

Once again there was a shooting incident in America. According to media reports, two people were killed and 28 others were injured in a shooting at a party in Baltimore City on Sunday. Police officials said that the condition of three of the injured is critical.

Acting Commissioner Richard Worley of the Baltimore Police Department told during the press conference that there were a total of 30 victims at the scene. He said the shooting happened just after 12:30 a.m. at a block party in the Brooklyn Homes neighborhood in the city's southern part.

This incident of firing has happened in the midst of gatherings across the country before the Fourth of July holiday in America. Independence Day is celebrated in America on 4th of July. There has also been a shooting incident in Kansas City, USA, in which seven people were injured.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Worley said 20 victims of the shooting drove themselves to area hospitals, while nine were taken by ambulance to the hospital. According to a hospital spokesman, 19 victims were treated in the emergency department of MedStar Harbor Hospital. Nine seriously injured patients were transferred to the Baltimore Trauma Center after their condition was stable.

The assailant fled after the shootout

At the same time, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott visited the scene and issued an open warning to the absconding attackers. He said that we will not rest till we find the attackers. Scott has appealed to the public to share information about the attackers. At present, no one has been arrested in the case.

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