Christmas killings in the US killed 26 people
Christmas killings in the US killed 26 people |Christmas killings in the United States killed 26 people in 52 incidents. In the United States, 52 Christmas firing incidents took place in which 26 people were killed and 44 were injured. More than 38,000 people have been killed in weapons use or shootings across the United States in 2019, according to the “Gun Violence Archive, a data collection website for violent use of (or firing) weapons in the United States. On Christmas day alone, 26 people were killed in 52 shootings. The worst case of the shooting occurred in the state of New Mexico, where four bodies were found in a house.
Police officials confirmed the four people were killed in the shooting, but no further details were provided. According to the “Gun Violence Archive” this year, 14,967 people were killed in firing, while more than 23,000 used weapons for suicide. An 84-year-old man shot and killed his 54-year-old wife, Deborah Tucker, on a Christmas morning home in the state of Maryland. Later, the accused shot himself and committed suicide. One of the shootings took place in the Afula area in Alabama. Orlando Woodley, 34, from a nightclub, was taken to the hospital with injuries. Where he died. Police arrested 24-year-old Albert Wilson on murder charges.