Two Separate Shooting Incidents Leave 20 Injured in Milwaukee

Gun violence is on the rise in the United States, as evidenced by three mass shootings in the past two days that have left at least 10 people dead in Buffalo and 20 injured in Milwaukee.

Police were on the scene at a Buffalo grocery store where an 18-year-old was taken into custody without incident after he allegedly live-streamed shooting his victim with a gun. AR-15 field in the Flame Friendly Market. In addition to the ten confirmed dead at press time, police say many others were injured and those numbers are not yet available.

The Milwaukee Bucks canceled a watch party for Sunday’s 7th NBA Playoff Game against the Boston Celtics after 21 people were injured in three separate shootings near a downtown Milwaukee entertainment district late last night. the team’s Eastern Conference Game 6 semi-final loss on Friday night. The shootings all happened a short distance from the stadium where the Bucks lost to the Boston Celtics in game 6 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference semifinals. All victims are expected to survive.

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In Milwaukee, 17 people were shot and wounded in the city’s Water Street Bar. Just hours earlier, three others had been injured after shots were fired in Deer County, shortly after the Milwaukee Bucks’ loss in the NBA playoffs. Ten people have been arrested in connection with the mass shooting, but no deaths have been reported. According to initial reports, two people were shot, with another victim lying behind. The Milwaukee Police Department confirmed to the media that there were three victims, in all. One person was arrested for that shooting.

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