Nowra Shooting, Man shot to death near the cemetery, two stabbed – After a shooting that took place at the intersection of Kinghorn and Albert Streets in Nowra, it is believed that one person lost his life and two people are injured with stab wounds in a critical incident.
An investigation into the shooting or shootout is currently being conducted by several Nowra authorities and emergency personnel who are currently present at the scene. According to the reports, a male ran towards the side of police officers while holding a machete. The officers tasered the man, but he continued to attack them. The man then jumped on the officers, which prompted the officers to shoot him quite a few times.
According to the reports, two additional victims were stabbed and taken to the hospital. These victims have not been identified. Unfortunately, we do not yet have any information regarding the condition of the victims of the stabbing. After receiving reports of a stabbing near the Nowra cemetery, the police responded to the area.
There is currently no known suspect description, and the neighborhood is currently under lockdown due to the incident. At this time, we do not have any information regarding the happenings before the shooting. There will be further details provided at a later time.
More Details About Nowra, Australia
Nowra is a city in the South Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 160 kilometers (99 mi) south-southwest of the state capital of Sydney (about 120 kilometers (75 mi) as the crow flies). As of the 2016 census, Nowra has an estimated population of 20,039. Situated in the southern reaches of the Sydney basin, Nowra is the seat and commercial center of the City of Shoalhaven.
The region around Nowra is a farming community with a thriving dairy industry and a significant amount of state-owned forest land. It is also an increasingly popular retirement and leisure area for people from Canberra and Sydney. The naval air station HMAS Albatross is located about 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) southwest of Nowra. The name Nowra, originally written by Europeans as ‘nou-woo-ro’ (pronounced Nowa Nowa by the Indigenous Australians of the area), is an Aboriginal word for the black cockatoo.