Firing in Texas

Firing in Texas, USA, Two Of 13 Injured Are In Critical Condition, No One Died Due To Immediate Action

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On Saturday, 13 people were injured in a shooting in the city of Austin, Texas, USA. The condition of two of them is said to be serious.

Police said – full details of those who fired were not found

Police said that the first call of the incident came at 1:24 am. After this, the street was immediately barricaded, so that vehicles and crowd could be stopped. Details about the person who fired the shots are not yet available. It is also not known what their number was.

Governor Greg Abbott said – The injured were admitted to the hospital in the shooting

Governor Greg Abbott said the injured had been taken to hospital. The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating the matter with Austin Police.

Austin Police Chief Chacon said – no one died in the shooting

Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon said he was satisfied that no one was killed in the shooting. The area where the incident took place in a congested area and many bars and restaurants are present there.

Chacon said – took immediate measures to save the lives of the injured

“Our officers took immediate action. Immediate measures were taken to save the lives of the injured.

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