US News Marseille: Death of one of the two young girls injured in the shooting near a drug point
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A 19-year-old girl died on Wednesday after being the victim of a shooting near a point of resale drugs in the Belle-de-Mai district in MarseilleMISCELLANEOUS FACTS - A 19-year-old girl died on Wednesday after being the victim of a shooting near a narcotics point of sale in the Belle-de-Mai district in Marseille
The young woman 19-year-old seriously injured this Sunday during anshooting in the of the Belle de Mai has died, indicates the prosecutor of the Republic of Dominique Laurens in a press release.
According to a police source, this young woman was in a car parked "around a drug point" when she was hit by "around ten bullet holes". Monday evening, she was "under mechanical respiratory assistance in a state of brain death", according to statements at the beginning of the week of the prosecutor of the Republic of Marseille.
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A second victim
The second victim, a 17 year old girl, was shot in the arms and legs. “Seriously affected” according to prosecutor Dominique Laurens, she “could have been operated”. The two victims were accompanied by two other passengers, two men. The sniper (s) were in another car. According to police sources, the driver of the vehicle targeted by the shots, arrested after having first fled and then returned to the scene of the shooting, would be known for drug trafficking and would have been the victim of an attempted homicide in 2019. The fourth passenger of the vehicle also fled and it is not known whether he was hit by the gunfire.
According to the police chief Emmanuel Barbe, these "acts of violence" were clearly committed "because of the drugs", which the investigation will endeavor to determine. If so, it would be the eleventh settling of accounts of the year.
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