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America: After California, now indiscriminate firing in Iowa school, two students killed – america iowa school target firing after california two students killed ntc

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America: After California, now indiscriminate firing in Iowa school, two students killed - america iowa school target firing after california two students killed ntc

In an incident of indiscriminate firing at a school in Iowa, USA, two students were killed, while a teacher was seriously injured. Police said that the incident took place during a program at a school in Des Moines.

This incident was carried out in a program named ‘Starts Right Here’ at Des Moines School in Iowa. Police said that emergency personnel were called to the school at 1:00 p.m. Officers found two students with serious injuries and immediately administered CPR. Both the students died in the hospital. At the same time, the condition of a teacher is said to be serious.

All three suspects were taken into custody

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Police said that about 20 minutes after the shooting, three suspects were taken into custody from a car. Apart from this, one accused ran away from the car. Sergeant Paul Parizek said that this incident did not happen suddenly, it was fully planned.

10 died two days ago in California

Just two days back, 10 people were killed in an indiscriminate firing incident in California. Apart from this, many people were injured. US media had reported that Monterey Park was hosting Chinese New Year celebrations. On Saturday night around 10 o’clock (according to the time of America), rapid firing was done here. During this time a large number of people were present here. At least 16 people got shot in the firing. Out of which 10 people died. Monterey Park is a city in Los Angeles County, approximately 11 km from downtown Los Angeles.

Even 8 days ago the incident of target killing

Let us tell you that on Monday also there was a shootout in a house in Goshen, California. In which six people, including a 17-year-old mother and a six-month-old child, were killed. The police termed it as target killing. Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said six people were shot to death in the 6800 block of Harvest Road. There are at least two suspects who have not been caught. It was not violence, but target killing.