Police are still searching for the shooter in the St. Paul incident. According to police, two of the five individuals who were shot after a memorial service in Minnesota are dead.
What Happened In Minnesota?
Around 5:15 on Saturday evening, police were called to the 500 block of Dale Street North in St. Paul for a complaint of a shooting. They came and encountered a “chaotic scene.” The injured individuals were transported to hospitals in private vehicles, despite the officers’ call for fire medics.
Fire medics pronounced one man deceased, and a hospital declared another man dead after he arrived in a private vehicle.
The other three victims of the shooting include a male who is in critical condition at a hospital, a woman who is in stable condition there, and a third victim who was receiving non-life-threatening medical attention there.
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It Is 5th Homicide
According to police, the shooting fatalities represent the fourth and fifth homicides in St. Paul this year.
According to FOX 9, the Kings Crossing apartment complex for low-income senior citizens owns the parking area where the shooting occurred.
According to the police, an altercation took place after the memorial service, and shots were discharged in the parking lot.
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Following a Minnesota memorial service, there were bullet casing markers on the ground in the parking area of the shooting.
Interviews are being conducted by the investigators to determine what occurred and who was at fault.
Cause Of Shooting
Although a reason in this case has not been established, detectives do not think the shooting was a random act. There have been no detentions.
At least two people were killed in a shooting early on Saturday evening near the intersection of Dale Street N. and University Avenue W. St. Paul police are looking into the incident.
The autopsies will be performed by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office in order to definitely identify the victims and ascertain the precise causes of their demise.