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Video Of Washington DC Shooting Goes Viral

Video Of Washington DC Shooting Goes Viral

Video Of Washington DC Shooting Goes Viral

The video of the shooting in Washington, DC, in which a teenager was killed and three adults were injured at the Moechella festival has gone viral.

Washington DC Shooting Update:

  • A total of four people were shot.
  • A 15-year-old was fatally shot.
  • Two adults were also shot.
  • A police officer was killed.

In the video, many authorities are seen responding to various individuals who have been shot at an outdoor music festival in Washington, DC, while multiple people flee.

According to a report seen by MandyNews.com, the incident occurred near the venue of Juneteenth music concert on 14th and U.

Authorities say a 15-year-old boy was killed along with three other people, including a D.C. police officer.

The shooter or his name were not visible in any of the circulating videos.

According to reports, the hunt for the shooter is still ongoing.

Members of the crowd can be seen sprinting along U Street Northwest in one of the viral videos shot from above the scene.

The panic calmed after around 10 seconds of footage, and officers in yellow vests could be seen standing at the crossing.

While cops were shutting down the event and doctors were treating victims who had been injured while fleeing, shooting erupted, killing one youngster and injuring three more.

Contee said the two adults, as well as the officer who was wounded in the leg, are healing in a hospital.

Several firearms were recovered by police during the night. One of the guns belonged to a victim, but officers were unable to locate the suspect’s weapon.

According to Contee, no police fired their rifles.

The victims are in good condition, although the severity of their injuries remains unknown. There was no indication of a possible motive for the gunshots or any of the previous occurrences.

While looking for “Washington dc shots” on Twitter, MandyNews.com was able to find several of the videos.

The first video, which was taken and posted on Twitter by Stanley E Wilson, has been viewed over 2 million times at the time of this report.

Another video released by the same Stanley has over 13k views and shows doctors treating the wounded.

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