Miami (USA)/ A 24-year-old youth killed two people who participated in a tourney of a popular American football video game this Sunday in Jacksonville, North Florida. The suspect identified as David Katz, from Baltimore, in the state of Meryland, latter committed suicide.
This new shooting in the US also left eleven wounded, nine of them from gunshot wounds, although they are stable, local police sheriff, Mike Williams, told in a news conference.
The suspect participating in this tourney of the football game Madden used “at least” a gun and the reasons for the crime are still unknown, although eyewitnesses told local media that the shooting occurred after Katz was eliminated from the tourney.
The incident, of which President Donald Trump was informed, was captured during a broadcast of one of the videogame games, in a video in which at least twelve shots are heard and shouts from the participants of the tourney and the game is seen it is interrupted abruptly.
According to the account of a group that documents incidents of violence with firearms in the country, so far this year, there have been 234 shootings in the United States, in which some 230 people have died. (August 27, 2018, EFE/PracticaEspañol)
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El tiroteo en Jacksonville, Florida.
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huyó tras llevar a cabo el mismo.
acabó con su vida después de llevar a cabo el mismo.
fue reducido por los policías.
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antes de dar comienzo al torneo.
después de la eliminación de David Katz del torneo.
antes de que David Katz fuese eliminado del torneo.
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