We begin with the breaking news. An American suburb shattered by deadly shootings this Sunday near Kansas City in Overland Park, Kansas. Gun fire breaking out in two different locations. A talent... See More
We begin with the breaking news. An American suburb shattered by deadly shootings this Sunday near Kansas City in Overland Park, Kansas. Gun fire breaking out in two different locations. A talent competition this Sunday at a jewish community center. And a nearby senior center. The suspect opening fire there, too. Tonightings he's in custody. All afternoon, parents racing to see if their children are okay. We begin here with Mara schiavocampo. Reporter: On the eve of passover, two related shootings near Kansas City, including one at a jewish community center. Three are dead after that attack. A suspect has been taken into custody. It was really scary. I called my mom. She started crying, I started crying. Reporter: Hospital officials confirm a 14-year-old boy remains in critical condition tonight. The shootings began around 1:00 P.M. Local time at the jewish center at Overland Park. Just as a teen talent competition was scheduled to begin. This video shows last year's finalists for the scholarship contest. Which draws crowds of kids in search for the best high school singer. Police say a man opened fire in the parking lot, killing two. Concerned parents gathered at the center, which was immediately placed on lockdown. One tweet describing the tense moments. Pray for the bnl board as we wait in a blocked off room of the jewish community center because shots have been fired. The shooter reportedly continued several blocks south to village shalom, an assisted living facility. Before the suspect was taken into custody outside a nearby elementary school. the assisted living facility. Police say those killed were two men and one woman and the gunman fired at five people in total using a shotgun and possible an awe salt rifle. A horrible story.
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