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America Shooting incidents in America are not stopping. America (America) Once again shaken by indiscriminate firing. 22 people have died in this shooting incident in the city of Lewiston, Maine, while 50-60 people are said to be injured. This is not the first incident of shooting in America. Such incidents happen here every day. This is the largest mass shooting in the US since May 2022. US President Joe Biden has expressed regret over this incident.
In May last year, Texas (Texas) 21 people, including 19 children and two teachers, were killed in a shooting incident at an elementary school in Let us tell you that the people of Lewiston are calling this incident a massacre. He says it’s not just a shooting, it’s a massacre.
22 people reportedly shot dead with 50 to 60 people injured in mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine, US. pic.twitter.com/1nQI81DRaQ
— Lulu Hassan (@LuluHassan) October 26, 2023
An active shooter in Lewiston
State of Maine the police (Police) tweeted that there is an active shooter in Lewiston. We have asked people to take shelter in several places. Please stay indoors with the doors closed. Investigation is being done at many places. Please call 911 if you see any suspicious activity or person. We will continue to update.
More than 600 shooting incidents occurred
There is an active shooter in Lewiston. We ask people to shelter in place. Please stay inside your home with the doors locked. Law enforcement is currently investigating at multiple locations. If you see any suspicious activity or individuals please call 911. Updates to follow. pic.twitter.com/RrGMG6AvSI
— Maine State Police (@MEStatePolice) October 26, 2023
Even after the implementation of gun control laws in America, shootings continue to happen every day. Shots are fired anywhere. Someone is killed while walking. Such incidents have become common in the most powerful country in the world. But the question is why the Biden government is not controlling it? Last year there were more than 600 mass shootings in the US.