A timeline of mass shootings in the US this year | Gun Violence News

At the least 70 individuals have been killed in mass shootings throughout america thus far this yr, in keeping with knowledge collected by the Gun Violence Archive (GVA), amid a debate over lax gun legal guidelines that has raged for many years.

Within the newest incident on Monday, seven individuals had been killed and one critically injured in two associated shootings at agricultural services in a coastal group in northern California.

The capturing got here lower than 48 hours after a gunman killed 11 individuals at a Lunar New Yr celebration close to Los Angeles, California, on Saturday evening.

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Mass shootings are incidents through which 4 or extra persons are shot – excluding the attacker – in a single incident, in keeping with the GVA.

Here’s a timeline of mass shootings which have taken place throughout the US this month thus far:

January 23

Chicago, Illinois (two killed, three injured)
Half Moon Bay, California (seven killed, one injured)

January 22

Robinsonville (Tunica Resorts), Mississippi (4 injured)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (12 injured)
Shreveport, Louisiana (eight injured)

January 21

Monterey Park, California (11 killed, 9 injured)

INTERACTIVE Infographic Mass shootings across the US in 2022

January 17

Houston, Texas (4 injured)

January 16

Fort Pierce, Florida (one killed, seven injured)
Goshen, California (six killed)
Sanford, Florida (one killed, 5 injured)

January 15

Rockford, Illinois (three killed, two injured)
Homestead, Florida (one killed, three injured)
Phoenix, Arizona (4 injured)
Houston, Texas (one killed, 4 injured)

January 14

Saint Louis (Moline Acres), Missouri (4 injured)

January 13

Cleveland, Ohio (4 killed, one injured)

January 9

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (three killed, 4 injured)
Minneapolis, Minnesota (4 injured)
Denver, Colorado (4 injured)

January 8

Minneapolis, Minnesota (4 injured)
Albany, Georgia (4 injured)

January 7

Huntsville, Alabama (two killed, 9 injured)
Excessive Level, North Carolina (5 killed)

January 6

Dallas, Texas (three killed, two injured)
San Francisco, California (one killed, three injured)

January 5

New Orleans, Louisiana (two killed, three injured)
Miami Gardens, Florida (10 injured)

January 4

Cedar Metropolis (Enoch), Utah (eight killed)
Baltimore, Maryland (one killed, 4 injured)
Dumfries, Virginia (one killed, 4 injured)

January 3

Washington, DC (one killed, three injured)
New Orleans, Louisiana (5 injured)

January 1

Columbus, Ohio (one killed, 4 injured)
Ocala, Florida (two killed, 4 injured)
Chicago, Illinois (one killed, three injured)
Miami Gardens, Florida (9 injured)
Durham, North Carolina (5 injured)
Allentown, Pennsylvania (4 injured)