US mass shooting: Deadly firing again in America, 8 people including a girl injured

There was a shooting in Washington DC on Friday night, in which eight people including a girl were injured. However, there was no news of any loss of life in the firing that took place twice.

Assistant Chief of Patrol Services South Andre Wright said police responded to the scene of the shooting on Lebanon Street. Eight people were found injured in the entire incident. All the people were taken to the hospital and all were safe.

Police looking for black sedan car

He said that while the officers were on Lebanon Street, police received a call of shots fired on Second Street. Here they found a 12-year-old girl, who was shot in the leg. After this the girl was immediately admitted to the hospital.

Now the police are looking for a black sedan car mentioned by the eyewitnesses. This car was being driven by the people who fired. These shooters sitting in the car fired indiscriminately at the people. However, the motive behind the firing is not yet clear.

Firing took place at the birthday party last week

Earlier last week, a shooting incident also came to light in Alabama. During this, four people were killed due to the bullet, while many people were also injured in this incident. It was reported that this incident of firing took place during a birthday. After this, during the investigation by the police, CCTVs are also being scanned. The reason behind the firing is yet to be ascertained by the police.

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