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Shooting at a party in Alabama's capital leaves 13 injured, officials say

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Yes, yes, another day in the US.

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More and more mass shootings in Red States....here Alabama, yesterday Arkansas, and before that Florida...

Florida leads the US in mass shootings for 2024...

https://www.jacksonville.com/story/news/crime/2024/06/17/fbi-mass-shootings-gun-violence-crime-deaths/74121449007/

It's what you get when you let any nut carry a gun without any background check...

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“Nine were wounded, and at least four more were injured in the chaos that followed."

No deaths but that doesn't mean the cost isn't high.

"The average medical spending for someone who is shot increases by nearly $30,000 in the first year, according to a Harvard Medical School study. Another study found that number goes up to $35,000 for children."

https://www.google.com/amp/s/kffhealthnews.org/news/article/super-bowl-parade-shooting-survivors-donations-bills-wait-kansas-city/amp/

I hope the victims make a quick (and cheap) recovery.

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Yes, yes, another day in the US.

Yes. And nothing ever changes.

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The more I read from US, the more I love living in my clean, safe, modern, civilized and FREE of guns JAPAN..

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