Six people including a police officer and two suspects were killed during an hours-long shootout across a New York suburb not far from the Statue of Liberty, local officials said.
No one has been arrested in the shooting. The motive for the shooting is also unknown.
Mass-selling daily Bild said on its website the shooting took place in front of a synagogue. Bild reported that a hand grenade was also thrown onto a Jewish cemetery.
The officers were released from area hospitals Tuesday afternoon and are recovering, Hwang said. A 30-year-old corporal was shot in the arm and chest, and Hwang said the officer’s ballistic vest likely saved his life.
The suspect, surnamed Zhou, had fired the gun as a threat, Hohhot police said on their account on the Twitter-like Weibo platform. Later that evening, officers "decisively shot and killed the suspect" before successfully removing the explosive devices from the hostages.
A Greenville County sheriff's deputy noticed a "disturbance” at Lavish Lounge just before 2 a.m., and called for backup because of "active gunfire from inside the building,” Lt. Jimmy Bolt said in a statement.
The statement said the police had cleared the park and homicide detectives were conducting an investigation. No further details were provided. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said he was saddened by the violence that erupted at the site where people had gathered to voice concerns.
A suspect has been arrested and no further suspects are believed to be at large, Aalen police said.
Three people were killed and two others wounded in a shooting in an apartment rented on Airbnb in Toronto, police said Saturday.
The shooting spree in the northeastern city of Nakhon Ratchasima began late in the afternoon at an army barracks. The gunman also posted images of himself and wrote several posts on his Facebook page as the attack unfolded including "should I surrender?" and "no one can escape death."