lunar new year shoot
Officials said in an ABC article that 11 people were killed and several others injured in a shooting in Monterey Park, Calif., on Saturday night.
Officials said in an LA Times article that 72-year-old Huu Can Tran has been identified as responsible for the recent US shootings.
According to a Reuters article, Tran opened fire on Saturday night at a dance studio where a Lunar New Year celebration was taking place.
Investigators are still uncertain about the shooter’s motives, according to a Reuters article, but U.S. Census data show the city where the shooting took place is about 65 percent Asian and Chinese. It is known as a hotspot for immigration.
Tran was found dead on Sunday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to law enforcement officers, according to a Los Angeles Times article.
Sheriff Robert Luna said in a New York Times article that most of the shooting victims were elderly.
Luna said in a New York Times article, “We need to stop gun violence. There’s too much of it.”
A Reuters article said the shooting was the deadliest in the United States since the Uvalde shooting in May 2022.
Huge wave of HI sweeps away baby
According to an article in Hawaii News Now, a giant wave hit a baby under her house in Hawaii during a surfing competition on Sunday.
A Hawaii News Now article said the baby was unharmed after being rescued.
The baby’s family was similarly evaluated and no serious injuries were reported, according to a Hawaii News Now article.
In addition to the babies, 64 people had to be rescued at the competition, lifeguards said in a Hawaii News Now article. am.
About 50,000 people attended the event held at Waimea Bay, according to contest organizers.
A man who survived being run over by a train
Michigan firefighters dragged a man out of a jeep that lay across railroad tracks on Friday, officials said in a Fox News article.
Portage Public Safety said in a Fox News article that the Jeep fell into a railroad crossing after colliding with another vehicle early Friday morning.
As firefighters tried to get the Jeep driver off the train, a whistle blew and lights began flashing to signal an incoming train, officials said in a Fox News article.
“Firefighters, realizing what was about to happen, dragged the Jeep driver to safety and quickly whisked him away just seconds before the southbound train entered the intersection and collided with the vehicle. .News article.
Officials said in a Fox News article that the Jeep driver was unable to get out of the vehicle due to severe back pain from the impact of the crash.
After being removed from the jeep, the driver was taken to a local hospital, the Fox News article reported. There are no updates regarding his current status.