2 dead, 2 wounded in Atlanta concert shooting

Sergio Conner
November 13, 2017

Atlanta police said they were called to Lower Alabama Street for a report of a person shot.

Atlanta Police are investigating after a shooting incident near Underground Atlanta on Sunday night.

A shooting at a rap concert in downtown Atlanta that killed two people and wounded two others began when two people climbed onstage between performances, police said. At this point, police said, another concertgoer "was not happy about that" and an argument ensued.

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The multiple shooting was the second in six weeks to occur at a musical venue in the United States.

"Completely heartbroken", Stizz wrote on Twitter early this morning. They do not believe the shooting was premeditated. One died on the scene and the other was pronounced dead at an area hospital. "My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families". Police are now searching for him and are asking witnesses to call the Atlanta Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-TIPS. After shooting sprees that went down in Sutherland Springs, Texas and, perhaps most horrifically, at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas, the questions surrounding gun control and what more USA politicians can do to curb the death toll remain rampant throughout the music industry.

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