US 2 dead, 14 injured following New Mexico Navajo religious ceremony: report
Two reported dead in shooting at party near Greenville
This is a breaking news story and will be updated throughout the night. Two people are reported dead after a shooting at a party in Greenville near Texas A&M University-Commerce, sources say. The shooting was reported early Sunday near the 2300 block of U.S. 380 near Greenville. Greenville is about an hour northeast of Dallas. More than a dozen people were reported injured, according to sources familiar with the situation. University officials said there was no active shooting situation on campus. News started to spread on social media with many sharing a video they claimed showed the aftermath.
At least two people died and more than a dozen others were injured during a Navajoheld over the weekend on a reserve in , according to a report.
First responders were called to the scene on the Alamo Navajo Reservation at around 6:30 a.m. Sunday after a woman reportedly found two people unresponsive on the floor of a traditional Navajo structure called a hogan, which resembles a log cabin, Christina Tsosie, a spokeswoman for the Navajo Police Department, told Albuquerque’s
An open fire had been burning inside the shelter through the night as part of a Navajo religious ceremony that began Saturday evening, Tsosie said. The emergency crew in Socorro County, which is located outside of Albuquerque, performed CPR on the two individuals but were unable to revive them, KOAT-TV reported. Their causes of death have not been officially released. Fourteen others were treated for smoke inhalation at the site.
One man dead, another injured after shooting in Fort Pierce .
Detectives are trying to determine a motive and find witnesses. More:Man fatally shot in June; now his memorial apparently shot in Fort PierceThose with information are asked to call Detective Jasmine Mojica at 772-467-6905 or at 772-302-4807. After hours, calls can be made to 772-467-6800. Information also can be given anonymously to Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 800-273-TIPS.
2 dead, 14 injured following New Mexico Navajo religious ceremony: report
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