The Jefferson Diocese Sheriff’s Office said armed bystanders stopped the mass shooting in Louisiana, resulting in the deaths of three people, including the suspects, who were injured on Saturday afternoon from Louis Armstrong’s New Orleans International Airport.
The sheriff said in a statement: “The arriving representative found several victims who suffered gunshot wounds.” “Three were pronounced dead at the scene, and the other two were taken to a local hospital for treatment. Two were transported. The victim’s condition is stable.”
Authorities said the incident occurred in Metari, west of New Orleans, near a gun shop and shooting range in the 6700 block of Airways in Louisiana. Armed bystanders helped subdue the gunmen.
The sheriff’s statement continued: “At present, the suspect appears to have shot and killed two victims at the location, and then became engaged to others and shot them at the location.” “The suspect is one of the dead at the scene.”
The New Orleans office of the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Administration said it was sending special agents to assist local representatives in the investigation.
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The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. Sheriff Joe Lopinto (Joe Lopinto) is expected to issue a news briefing at 5 pm local time.
New Orleans Advocate reporter Ramon Vargas wrote on Twitter that he saw two screens used to block the corpse, these screens used to block the view from Jefferson’s muzzle, and a pistol on the ground.
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In this case, the police responded to a possible shooting incident and found that both victims were killed in a car outside the Yale Street apartment building.
In the two weeks before this, four more people were shot and killed in Metairie, and two of them died.