The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) reports at least 17 deaths and 42 injuries as a result of 64 shootings that occurred over a 24-hour period from Tuesday to Wednesday in several American cities. Nevertheless, the American President continues to advocate for the free movement of firearms.
Following the shooting in a residence in the city of Marrow, Louisiana, one person was killed and two others wounded, while a quarrel outside a restaurant in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana, resulted in shootings resulting in two injured.
In Boston, Massachusetts, shots were fired and one person was killed and three injured. According to an eyewitness, an individual shot at passers-by walking on the sidewalk and then fled.
Two people in the city of Birmingham, Alabama and two others in Jacksonville, Florida were also killed in shootings.
NCIC also took stock of the victims of the shootings that took place over the 24 hours from Tuesday, April 30 to Wednesday, May 1 in several American cities and states. 113 shootings resulted in 23 deaths and 55 injuries, while no victims were recorded in 48 of the cases.
According to NCIC, 177 cases of shootings were reported in 48 hours (Monday to Wednesday) in American cities. In total, 40 people were killed and 97 injured.