- There was a terrorist shooting attack in Austria which resulted in the death of four persons
- Following the unfortunate incident, arrests have been made as police officers go after the accomplices of the suspect
- The suspect, however, did not survive as he was killed by the police some minutes into the attack
It was a black day for Austria as at least four people died in a terrorist shooting attack in Vienna on Monday night, November 2, hours before a coronavirus lockdown started.
In a report by The Guardian, the Austrian police announced that several arrests were made at locations linked to the suspect who killed two men and two women.
According to Austria’s chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, the victims, an elderly man, elderly woman, a young male passerby and waitress, died from injuries they sustained after the attack in the country's capital.
Confirming the attack, Karl Nehammer, the interior minister, said the suspect was shot dead nine minutes into the attack by the police.
Nehammer went on to explain that the arrests made were following raids at addresses linked to the alleged 20-year-old suspect.
The suspect had been convicted back in 2019 for his ISIS membership after being arrested on his way to Syria to join the terrorist group. He was released early from a 22-month prison sentence in December.
The sad incident has left seven people in a life-threatening condition as others are being treated for gunshot wounds and cuts from stabbing.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that towards the tail end of 2019, three people were killed in a deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.
According to the US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, the gunman who carried out the shooting was a second lieutenant in the Saudi Arabian military involved in flight training at the station.
The gunman started his training in August 2017 as part of a three-year program. He was said to be taking classes in basic aviation, initial pilot training and English.
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