Another weekend of shootings in Miami-Dade, two people killed near an air base

Another weekend of shootings in Miami-Dade, two people killed near an air base

A shooting near Homestead Air Force Base left three people dead and the same number hospitalized, including an 11-year-old girl.

The authorities confirmed that among the dead is the shooter, who committed suicide when the police tried to talk to him so that he would drop the weapon.

In the house where the shooting occurred, located in the area of ​​Miami-Dade’s 283 southwest street and 126 court., The police found a 38-year-old woman and a 15-year-old teenager dead, in addition to the wounded.

Because she is in critical condition, the officers decided that the minor be airlifted to Kendall Regional Medical Center, where a 16-year-old boy was also taken in a stable situation.

The third injured, an 18-year-old young man, was taken to Jackson South Medical Center and his health status is unknown at this time.

The first investigations show that the incident was a domestic event because the murderer was the ex-boyfriend of the murdered woman.

In the early hours of Sunday a shooting happened at a graduation party, southwest of Miami-Dade, also killed three people and injured five.

The party was taking place in a restaurant and when people began to leave the place, around 2:00 am, they were surprised by a shooter aboard a vehicle.

Two men and a woman died at the site, the injured people were taken to a hospital in private vehicles.

“All this violence must stop. It’s completely frustrating that every weekend is the same. We have to stop him here in Miami-Dade County. We have more victims and families that have been destroyed by senseless violence, ”sentenced the director of the county police, Freddy Ramírez, after the shooting.

Last weekend, more than 20 people ended up with gunshot wounds when a shooter attacked a crowd that was queuing to enter a concert.

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