Tucson, Arizona 2021-07-18 22:55:00 –
At least two people were killed, a few more were injured, and three children were missing in a series of attacks that police chief Tucson described as “terrifying” on Sunday afternoon, officials said.
According to police, the attackers were in a “very dangerous” state after being shot by police in a gun battle on Sunday night.
According to Tucson police chief Chris Magnus, the deadly attack began at around 3:45 pm when a house fire was reported in 2100 blocks of East Irene Vista near South Kino Parkway and East 36 Street. It was.
Immediately after the fire was reported, a gunman approached two emergency medical technicians parked near the Quincy Douglas Center and fired through a window on the driver’s side. A 20-year-old paramedic holding the steering wheel was shot in the head. He is in crisis.
Twenty-one paramedics in the passenger seat were shot in the chest and arms. But she could ask for help and explained the attacker and the SUV he was driving, police say.
Meanwhile, a Tucson firefighter arrived at the house’s fire and joined a neighbor who was trying to help extinguish the flames.
Immediately after a man suspected of attacking paramedics arrived and fired at his neighbors and firefighters.
One of his neighbors was shot in the head and died. A firefighter was shot in the arm and a bullet grabbed his neighbor’s head.
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