Mass shooting in Renton: Incidents of killing people in shootings in America continue. This time the city of Renton in Washington reverberated with the sound of gunshots. One person was killed and five others were injured in a serious shooting on Saturday in the Seattle area of Renton City, local police said.
More than one person fired bullets
Renton police spokeswoman Sandra Havelick said a shooting took place in the city of Renton just before 1 a.m. local time. One person died in this and emergency personnel treated others on the spot. Police said preliminary reports indicated that the shooting took place over a brawl outside a large gathering, possibly due to which more than one person opened fire.
302 mass shooting incidents in America
According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have been 302 mass shootings across the United States this year. Renton is a city of approximately 106,000 people, southeast of downtown Seattle. This incident has come at a time when America is thinking of bringing a law related to guns. Along with this, President Biden has also mentioned about the law many times.
At the same time, with increasing incidents of gun violence in the United States, President Joe Biden said that to protect children and families, the United States needed to raise the age from 18 to 21 to ban or purchase weapons.
Firing took place in Chicago during the Freedom March on Independence Day. Suddenly, while leaving the Freedom Parade, shots were fired. After the firing in the parade, there was chaos. Six people were killed and 24 were injured in the incident. The attacker had fired bullets from the roof. The attacker was identified as 22-year-old Robert Bobby E Cremo.