World: Mass Shooting Video Shows Man Open Fire on People While Walking Down Street

5 dead, 25 injured in shooting at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs: Live updates

  5 dead, 25 injured in shooting at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs: Live updates At least five people were killed and more than a dozen injured in a shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs, police said. Live updates.At least two people at Club Q confronted the shooter, who was using a "long rifle," and prevented him from injuring others, Colorado Springs Police Chief Adrian Vasquez said.

A video of a mass shooting in Russia shows the moment a man opened fire on people while walking down a street in the southern Krasnodar region on Thursday afternoon.

A police van in Moscow on January 29, 2021. A man opened fire on people while walking down a street in the southern Krasnodar region on Thursday. © NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/Getty Images A police van in Moscow on January 29, 2021. A man opened fire on people while walking down a street in the southern Krasnodar region on Thursday.

According to preliminary information, four people were killed, including the shooter, Russia's state-owned news agency Tass reported, citing law enforcement officials.

"Preliminarily, the man shot three people," an unnamed official told Tass.

An investigation into the shooting is underway.

'When will it stop?': LGBTQ community, Pulse survivors react to Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs

  'When will it stop?': LGBTQ community, Pulse survivors react to Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs LGBTQ leaders, activists and Pulse shooting survivors said they feared for their safety after a mass shooting Saturday at Club Q in Colorado Springs.But once she turned on her television and saw a press conference detailing a mass shooting Saturday night at Club Q, an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Leinonen put the pieces together quickly. Her son, Drew Leinonen, died from a mass shooting at the LGBTQ nightclub Pulse in 2016 in Florida.

Footage of the shooting has circulated on social media. It shows an individual holding a weapon covered in a cloth.

The gunman can be seen shooting a person lying on the ground multiple times at close range.

Russia's regional Ministry of Internal Affairs said another person was wounded in the incident, according to Tass.

The department said a man opened fire in a hospital at around 5:00 p.m. local time. He wounded two paramedics, and then went outside and opened fire on passers-by.

Meanwhile, a 61-year-old was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the lower back, local news outlet Fontanka reported.

Newsweek has contacted Russian authorities for comment.

This is a developing story and it will be updated when more information becomes available.

Colorado Springs community mourns Club Q shooting victims: 'We all feel shock and grief'

  Colorado Springs community mourns Club Q shooting victims: 'We all feel shock and grief' Mourners left flowers and signs in a memorial to the victims after a gunman opened fire in the Colorado Springs, Colorado, club, killing 5 Saturday.Couples holding hands and parents with babies bundled in fleece blankets shuffled along where a makeshift memorial of cellophane-wrapped flowers and handwritten notes had been steadily growing outside the gay and lesbian club since early Sunday.

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Club Q suspect and mother accused of verbally attacking airplane passengers with racial slurs months before the Colorado shooting .
"Even my friend was like, we won't be surprised, like, if he's a mass shooter. And it was scary to think that," one passenger told KDVR.In June, President Joe Biden signed into law the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act — the most significant piece of gun legislation to pass in decades. Part of the bill included $750 million in federal funding for states to implement intervention programs such as gun restraining orders, more colloquially known as "red flag laws.

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