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Multiple People Injured, Including Police Officer, as Gunfire Erupts at DC Juneteenth Street Party

Several people, including a police officer, were wounded by gunfire at a Juneteenth street party celebration being attended by hundreds of people in Northwest Washington, D.C. Sunday evening.

The shooting took place on U Street between 14th and 13th Streets, about thirteen blocks north of the White House. There is not a confirmed number of people wounded in the shooting as of this report; police have only stated “multiple people” were shot.

D.C. police: “MPD is responding to the area of 14th and U Street, NW, for a shooting incident in which multiple people have been shot, including an MPD officer. Media staging at 15th and U Street, NW. Chief Contee to provide a media briefing.”

Police union: “We can confirm that one of our members working in the area of 14th and U St NW has been shot. The member has been transported to the hospital and is in stable condition.”

Photos and videos from the scene show DC paramedics getting ready to transport at least three victims.

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  • RM says:

    It’s like Cinco de Mayo in Los Angeles where the Mexicans shoot there guns off all the time in east LA lots of damage and people get hurt too. To many bs day’s celebrated in America?

  • Joe Biden says:

    Fkn niggas

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