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WorldDutch policeman shoots dead three family members before turning gun on himself

23:32  09 september  2019
23:32  09 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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Three people were killed in a shooting at a home in the Dutch city of Dordrecht on Monday evening, police said. Dutch policeman ‘ shot and killed his two children and wounded his wife before turning his gun on himself ’ The 34-year-old officer shot and killed his two young children, and then himself .

A Dutch police officer has shot and killed two family members before turning the gun on himself , police said. A third relative was seriously injured in the Rotterdam police said in a statement on Twitter: " Three people were killed in the shooting incident in Dordrecht's Heimerstein (neighbourhood).

A Dutch police officer shot and killed three family members before turning the gun on himself on Monday evening, police said.

Dutch policeman shoots dead three family members before turning gun on himself © Other A police officer stands at the scene of the shooting

A fourth relative was injured in the shooting in the city of Dordrecht near the port of Rotterdam.

Earlier reports suggested the policeman had killed three members of his family before failing to kill himself.

The force has since said the officer was one of those who died.

Rotterdam police said in a statement on Twitter: "Three people were killed in the shooting incident in Dordrecht's Heimerstein (neighbourhood).

"One person was seriously injured.

Emergency response teams were at the scene and a home in the neighbourhood had been cordoned off.

Dordrecht Mayor Wouter Kolff said on Twitter there had been "a very serious shooting incident" and that he was heading to the scene.

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