BREAKING: Multiple victims in New Orleans shooting
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Police in New Orleans say there have been 11 victims of a shooting incident in the city’s French Quarter tourist hub. US media quoted one officer as saying two people were in critical condition. No fatalities have been reported.
The article goes on to state the following:
The incident took place on Canal St between Bourbon and Chartres streets at about 03:20 local time. Police said on their Twitter feed that “one suspect had been apprehended near the scene”. But it was unclear whether the person was involved.
There were no other details and the police would only say that investigations were ongoing. On the same weekend in 2016, a man was killed and nine other people injured in a shooting on Bourbon St. In June 2014, another shooting incident on Bourbon St left one person dead and nine injured.
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