Firing in USA: Firing near Capitol Hill, Washington, reports of several people killed

It was initially said by the DC Police Department that there had been an incident of firing in Washington DC. The incident is being investigated.

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of America President Joe Biden The firing incident took place in the capital Washington DC amid confirmation of the death of al Qaeda chief al-Zawahiri this morning. Every day in America, there is an unpleasant incident of firing somewhere. However, the incidents of firing have increased in the last few months. Close to Capitol Hill on Monday Night North East Washington Many people were shot and killed in

It was initially said by the DC Police Department that Firing in Washington DC incident has occurred. The incident is being investigated. Police say that there have been preliminary reports of several victims after the firing incident in Washington DC.

Number of injured not disclosed: Report

The Washington Post quoted Vito Magiolo, a spokesman for the DC Fire Department, as saying that the firing was reported at around 8:30 p.m. in the 1500 block of F Street North East. According to a tweet by the Metropolitan Police Department, several victims were reported to be injured but police did not disclose the number. Also, the identity of any of the victims has not been disclosed and at present no information has been released.

Heard at least 15 gunshots: Eyewitnesses

Even a police spokesman, Officer Sean Hickman, said several people were injured. According to The Washington Post, a neighbor standing near the scene claimed to have heard at least 15 gunshots. The Police Department also tweeted about the investigation into the firing at the intersection of 700 Block Newton Place NW and 200 Block Oglethorpe St NE. However, it is not clear whether the two recent tweets are related to this firing.

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