Newspaper shooting suspect ‘barricaded exit’

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The suspect in the mass shooting at a Maryland newspaper office on Thursday barricaded an exit so that staff could not escape, says a prosecutor. Officials earlier told reporters the accused, Jarrod Ramos, was not co-operating with the investigation. Police found evidence at the suspect’s house the attack on the Capital Gazette in Annapolis was planned. Mr Ramos, 38, appeared … Read More

FBI: More active shooting incidents in 2017 than any other year recorded

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The violence last year helped break two grim records when it comes to active shooters: the most incidents and the most people killed in any one year since at least 2000, the first year the FBI has data on the subject. The 17-year high was revealed in a new report released by the bureau that delves into active shootings throughout 2016 and 2017, the gunmen and the … Read More

Mayo Clinic Minute: Stop the bleed, save a life

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Mayo Clinic Minute: Stop the bleed, save a life March 30, 2018 Whether it’s from a sawing accident, a car crash or a gunshot wound, when blood starts pouring, saving a life starts with stopping the bleeding. Gwen Meyer, a Mayo Clinic trauma nurse, says stopping the bleed comes down to “A,” “B” and “C.”… Meyer teaches courses on how … Read More

What We Know About Mass Shootings

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At least 17 people were killed in a Florida high school shooting on Valentine’s Day, the latest mass shooting in the United States. Students, a geography teacher, a football coach, and an athletic director are among the victims identified so far in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel identified the … Read More