Charlottesville Shooting Investigations Today: At least fifteen police vehicles are responding to the scene of multiple shots fired report in Charlottesville, Virginia Thursday evening September 22, 2022. According to reports, three unidentified individuals have been struck after a gunman opened fire at the Mall side Forest Apartments in Charlottesville, today. Multiple officers with the Albemarle County Police are currently responding to the shooting incident at this time. This incident happened at approximately 7 p.m. this evening.
According to the responding department, Albemarle County Police, three unidentified victims have been transported to the UVA Medical Center by career and volunteer units of Albemarle County Fire Rescue. According to the department, two of the victims are currently in surgery and a third one is awaiting treatments. A large police presence is currently investigating the possible mass shooting incident. Snbc13 has reached out to the law enforcement agencies in Charlottesville, Virginia for more information in connection to the ongoing incident.
According to law enforcement agencies, the unidentified suspect fled the scene in a vehicle in an unknown direction at this time. This is an active investigation and more details will be disclosed by responding officers. More details to come.
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After being injured by gunfire in Aurora, one man was taken to a local hospital for treatment. The Aurora Police Department reports that at 12:43 p.m. on Saturday, officers were dispatched to the area of Ironton Street which is located between Tennessee Avenue and Kentucky Avenue due to a shooting that took place there. When the officers arrived, they discovered one male who was in critical condition as a result of his injuries. The person was taken to a nearby hospital after the accident.
Investigators are currently looking into the circumstances that led up to the incident. Anyone who may have information regarding this occurrence is urged to get in touch with the Aurora Police Department (APD), or call the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers tipline at 720-913-STOP to provide information while maintaining their anonymity.
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