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A mass shooting occurred in the downtown district of Sacramento, California, United States on 3rd April 2022. 6 people were killed and 12 others were severely injured in this incident. There is no suspects are in police custody (Shooting in Sacramento) as of three April 2022. This incident took place at around 2:00 a.m. at the quarter of 10th and K Street in Sacramento, California, United States. (Working Capital Loan)
There was a mass shooting in Sacramento, California, United States. The incident took place at 2:00 a.m. at night at the corner of 10th and K streets, just blocks away from the California State Capitol building and the Golden 1 Centre arena, United States. Police officials in this area heard the gunshots and immediately responded to the matter. A video circulated on social media showing people running down the street and rapid gun fire being heard in the background at the moment. It is not clear that the shooting was connected to a particular place or event, said the police chief. There was a fight (Mass Shooting in Sacramento) immediately prior to the shooting according to Sacrament to police chief Kathy Lester. She is stated that there were multiple shooters.
Sacramento Shooting Victims
6 people were killed and 12 others were injured in the shooting in Sacramento. There were 6 fatalities in the shooting: three men and three women. Another 12 suffered from varying degrees of severe injuries. 4 injured victims were taken to UC Devis Medical Centre and the 5th was taken to Sutter Hospital. A professional basketball match hosted in the area, the Sacrament Kings against the Golden State Warriors, started with a moment of silence for the victims.
Investigation in Sacramento Shooting
Sacrament police closed the area between 9th street o 13th street between L and J streets and called for the public to avoid the area immediately after the shooting. Later, the police appealed to the public for help in identifying the people involved in the shooting as no suspect are in police custody. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive (ATF) was called in to assist the Sacrament police officials in the investigation. The police recovered a stolen handgun from the shooting place and have confirmed there were multiple shooters.