Two killed in shooting near St. Paul’s senior living community
At least two people were killed in a shooting Saturday night near an elderly community in St. Paul, Minnesota, officials said.
The St. Paul Police Department said officers rushed to the scene and found “multiple people” with gunshot wounds, two of whom died from their injuries. The exact number of shooting casualties was unknown.
according to CBS MinnesotaInvestigators posted caution tape in the parking lot of a senior housing complex.
No further details were immediately provided. It is unclear if the arrest was made or if police were motivated. A senior living community resident told CBS Minnesota that he heard people arguing in a room where the group had gathered before the shooting.
This is the second mass shooting in St. Paul in the past two days.Friday evening, three teenage boys injured In a drive-by shooting during the funeral of a 15-year-old boy. fatally stabbed at St. Paul High School earlier this month, according to CBS Minnesota.
All three teenage shooting victims are expected to survive, and a 16-year-old boy was taken into custody after a car crash, according to a Minnesota CBS report.
In a tweet Saturday night, Minnesota Gov. Tim Waltz said, “Gun violence in St. Paul this weekend is unacceptable. I will increase public safety funding, keep illegal guns off the streets, and curb crime.” I am committed to engaging in gang activity for the sake of chain of violence. ”
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