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At least 5 people die in shooting at gay nightclub in the US

At least five people die in a shooting at a gay nightclub in the United States. The attack took place in Colorado Springs, in the US state of Colorado, police said on Sunday (20). The shooter was arrested at the scene.

“It is with a heavy heart that I have to say that we had a nightclub shooting tonight. We received an initial phone call around 11:57 pm local time that there was a shooting taking place at a local nightclub known as Club Q,” said a police spokeswoman Pamela Castro🇧🇷 She said the cops responded and “They have located an individual who we believe is the suspect inside.” “Heroics”.

Club Q responded by saying that “We are devastated by the senseless attack on our community.” “We appreciate the quick reactions of the heroic regulars, who subdued the shooter and ended this hate attack”says the note published on Facebook by the establishment, which describes itself as a “nightclub for gays and lesbians, with themed nights like karaoke, drag shows and DJs”.

Five people died and 18 were injured in a shooting at a gay nightclub, on Saturday night (19), in Colorado (USA), according to police. A suspect was arrested and taken to a hospital with injuries following the attack at Club Q Colorado Springs

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