Four people were killed at a birthday party in Alabama.
Just hours after two people were killed in a mass shooting at a park in Louisville, Kentucky, Fox News reported that four people were killed and at least 20 others were hurt at a birthday party for teenagers in Dadeville, Alabama.
Around 10:30 p.m., the police got a call about a shooting at the Mahogany Masterpiece dance school in Dadeville, which is a small city in Tallapoosa County.
Governor Kay Ivey of Alabama said she was “grieving” with her state’s people. “Violent crime has NO place in our state,” she said in a tweet. “Law enforcement is keeping us up to date as details come out.”
A witness said, “The total number of victims was higher, and more than one person died at the scene.” The police haven’t confirmed this yet, but the witness also said, “White sheets were covering the bodies.”
There are also no details about the person who allegedly opened fire at a dance studio birthday party for teens.
The small city of Daleville is about 44 miles northeast of Montgomery.
This also happened just days after a shooting at an Old National Bank in Louisville that killed at least five people and hurt eight more.