GUN VIOLENCE: Five Teenagers Shot in New Orleans After Martin Luther King Jr. Parade

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GUN VIOLENCE:  Five Teenagers Shot in New Orleans After Martin Luther King Jr. Parade. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

MLK DAY GUN VIOLENCE:  Five people were shot Monday afternoon in New Orleans after the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade. WWL reports, the New Orleans Police Department said a gunman in a white sedan shot at five teenagers in front of a store on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. near LaSalle St. around 1 p.m. The injuries are not life-threatening.

 

 GUN VIOLENCE:  Five Teenagers Shot in New Orleans After Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
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