Rochester: Two killed and 14 wounded after mass taking pictures at celebration in New York state

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Two folks have been killed in a mass taking pictures in New York state through which 14 different folks had been additionally injured.

Police confirmed the taking pictures, which passed off at a celebration, resulted within the deaths of a person and a lady between the ages of 18 and 22.

The incident occurred through the early hours of Saturday in Rochester, a metropolis on the southern fringe of Lake Ontario in New York State.

Interim Police Chief Mark Simmons informed reporters the 14 wounded folks had been taken to 2 totally different hospitals.

“This is truly a tragedy of epic proportions,” he stated near the crime scene.

None of these wounded had been reported to have life-threatening accidents.

The metropolis’s Major Crimes Unit was anticipated to deal with information retailers and provides extra particulars on Saturday morning, the Associated Press experiences.

According to native press, there have been greater than 100 witnesses to the incident. One particular person informed 13Wham News the gunfire sounded “like the Vietnam War”.

Police have cordoned off a number of streets within the space.

The taking pictures comes after the town’s police division was rocked by the suffocation loss of life of Daniel Prude.

Video taken in March and made public by Prude’s household on 4 September exhibits him handcuffed and bare with a spit hood over his head as an officer pushes his face in opposition to the road whereas one other officer presses a knee to his again.

The officers held him down for about two minutes till he stopped respiratory. He was taken off life assist per week later.

On Monday, Rochester mayor Lovely Warren sacked police chief La’Ron Singletary, who she stated initially misled her concerning the circumstances of Mr Prude’s loss of life.

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