At least 39 wounded, 6 dead across separate US shootings over the weekend

Over the weekend, at least four major U.S. cities experienced mass shootings that left dozens of people wounded and six people dead.
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between our two nations. Thank you very much. Another weekend of gun violence. Growing fears now we could be heading into a violent summer. More than 270 mass shootings in 2021. 30 in June alone. We're barely halfway through this month. Our Alex Perez joins us now from Chicago. Alex, a violent weekend there as well. Reporter: Hey. Good morning, T.J. It was not a good weekend for a lot of people in several cities across the country. More than two dozen shot right here in Chicago. Now I want you to take a look across the country over the weekend. At least 39 people were wounded, and at least 6 dead in separate bloody shootings. Here in Chicago since Friday night, at least 32 people shot and 3 people killed. In Austin, Texas, a nightmare unfolding Saturday night in the city's entertainment district after a gunman opened fire on a crowd. One victim dead. 13 others injured. Savannah, Georgia also gripping with gun violence this weekend. One killed there, and at least seven others wounded including a toddler. Three people dead, and four others injured in Cleveland. Two children among the victims in Cincinnati, and a security guard shot at a mall in Atlanta. In several of these incidents, the suspects remain at large, and investigators working to track them down. This is as we are bracing what could be a deadly, violent summer as pandemic restrictions are eased. What are they telling you? Police departments, that they're trying to do about this rise in gun violence. Reporter: Yeah, T.J. We've talked to at least five police departments across the country. They are very concerned about the next few months, and most of them tell us they're investing in community policing strategies, and also targeting the most violent offenders hoping to get a grip on things before they get worse, T.J. All right, Alex in Chicago for us. Thank you so much.

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