Three people shot and injured at Six Flags Great America in Illinois

‘Six Flags’ and ‘Gurney’ are trending on Twitter Chicago Tribune It is reported that three people were injured in a shootout in the parking lot of Six Flags Great America in Gurney, Illinois, on Sunday night. Park’s communications specialist Rachel Kendziora said shots were fired from a vehicle that fled shortly after the shooting. Two of the injured are being treated at the regional hospital. However, the third victim refused treatment. Officials have not released the age and gender of the victim.

After the shooting, Six Flags Great America closed the park early, and all guests and team members left under the direction of the Gurney Police Department. Unfortunately, that shoot comes just a few months after the mass shooting on July 4. As we mentioned earlier, the 22-year-old Robert “Bobby” Cremo III He was taken into custody after being named as a Person of Interest in Highland Park, Illinois, which claimed the lives of six people and injured more than two dozen others.

Officials say they believe Bobby fired from a nearby terrace, where a high-powered rifle was later recovered. a recent update from ABC News As of July 27, Bobby has been charged with 21 counts of first-degree murder, three counts for each victim. Also, prosecutors said 48 counts of attempted murder and 48 counts of aggravated battery with a firearm (one for each person killed by a bullet, fragment of a bullet, or shrapnel).

“Our investigation is ongoing, and our victim experts are working round the clock to support all those affected by this crime,” Lake County State Attorney Eric Rinehart said in a statement. In addition to the allegations, officials believe the mass shooting was planned for weeks. There are no other updates for the Six Flags shooting, but law enforcement is investigating.


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