Shooting in Jacksonville Leaves Six Injured And Three of Them in Critical Condition

Shooting in Jacksonville Leaves Six Injured And Three of Them in Critical Condition

Six people have been injured by gunfire in Jacksonville, Florida. According to local police three of them are also in critical condition.

Everything happened in the vicinity of the TIAA Bank Field football stadium, where an NFL (professional football league) match was taking place between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Houston Texans.

When the suspect opened fire from a moving car against the group of wounded that was next to a laundry and comprises ages between 20 and 70 years.

The police have not yet been able to stop the author or the authors of the crime. The wounded are five men and one woman, one of whom, according to eyewitnesses has been shot in the head.

The area of events is notable for its high crime rate; In August, Jacksonville suffered another shooting in which three people lost their lives when a young man of 24 years attacked two participants in a video game tournament before ending his life.

Sean Emrick

Sean Emrick is a seasoned journalist with nearly 8 years of experience. While studying journalism at the University of Florida, Sean found a passion for finding engaging stories. As a contributor to EPE News, Sean mostly covers national and state developments.

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