June 28, 2022

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Tiroteo en Miami Beach dejó a un hombre sin vida

Shooting at an apartment building in Miami Beach kills a man

Miami authorities reported a shooting that occurred during the early hours of the morning at a building in Miami Beach, killing a man.

According to the broker CBS MiamiThe accident occurred around 1:00 a.m. in an apartment located at the intersection of 8th Street and Jefferson Street.

Police spokesman Ernesto Rodriguez said several officers arrived at the scene after receiving calls denouncing gunshots, and found a man with serious injuries.

The victim was immediately taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital, but died shortly after due to the severity of his injuries.

The authorities did not reveal the identity of the deceased. However, they stated that they had launched an investigation to find out what motives a person could have had to commit such a crime.

According to Rodriguez, investigators were already analyzing the crime scene, urging the community to contact the police if they had any information that could lead to the arrest of those responsible.

Miami shooting

A shooting was recorded in mid-February It left one dead and three wounded.

The accident occurred during the afternoon at a home located at 9900 NW 21 Court in Miami-Dade.

And the authorities reported that the three wounded and dead were victims of a group of people who arrived at the scene in two sedan cars, who fired from them before fleeing.

Similarly, a shooting was recorded in Little Havana, When an old man called the police to confess that he killed his wife.

The agents arrived at the site and were confronted by an elderly man who started shooting at the officers while he was holed up in his house.

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After the shootout, it was revealed that the man had lost his life, but the police did not clarify whether it was at the hands of the agents, or whether the man had committed suicide.

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