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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Two Lunatics Kill Eight Innocent People In Seperate US Cities - Salt Lake City & Philadelphia Shocked By Violence

Gunman casually fired as scared shoppers hid

The sun had just set Monday when a tall young man in a white shirt and a trenchcoat strode through Trolley Square, aiming a shotgun from the shoulder and firing round after round in the busy Salt Lake City mall.
When the gunfire finally subsided, six people had been killed and at least four others were hospitalized.
"We have one gunman, and he is dead," said Salt Lake City Police spokeswoman Robin Snyder just after 10 p.m.
The 239,000-square-foot mall, built from the city's old trolley barns, was busy with shoppers and diners when the man, still not identified late Monday, opened fire around 6:40 p.m.

Double massacres shock US

EIGHT people have been killed in two separate shootings that have shocked America today.

A gunman murdered five people and injured many others inside a US shopping mall before being shot dead by police in Slat Lake City, Utah.

While another shot dead three people at a business meeting today before turning the gun on himself in a Philadelphia office building.

The Philadelphia gunman appeared to get upset at a board of directors meeting for a company that might have been an investment firm, police said.

Deputy Commissioner Richard Ross Ross described the scene inside the second-floor conference room at the Philadelphia Naval Business Centre as "utter chaos''.

Witnesses describe horror in Trolley Square

Police were reporting "multiple" deaths after a man opened fire Monday night at a downtown Salt Lake City mall. Another five people were wounded in the 7 p.m. attack at Trolley Square before police killed the gunman.
Ron Mason and DeEta Barta, of Salt Lake City, said they were eating at the Desert Edge Brew Pub when they saw a man coming in from the west parking lot. The man, wearing a dark trench coat, was carrying a long rifle or shotgun.
They yelled, "There's a man with a gun!" A few seconds later they heard about 12 rounds.
Mason and Barta, who are registered nurses, went to assist the victim, a younger man who had suffered a superficial gunshot wound to the right temple and ear.
Though the boy was clearly in shock, the couple said, he told them that he saw his father go down.
A woman on the lower level of the mall, near the Black Chandelier store, said she saw a shot and looked up upstairs and saw the gunman. He had a long dark coat, dark brown hair and was carrying a rifle or shotgun, she said.


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