Gunfire [noun]

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Another store employee chased him, and the deputy and the suspect again exchanged gunfire, officials said.

David Blackburn’s brother told police that he was sleeping before hearing gunfire and that he saw his brother “standing by his mother holding a handgun,” detectives wrote.

Police said that the Corolla driver, who was struck by gunfire, stopped at the 12th Street Metro stop and that Metro Transit Police helped him.

That’s when he heard the gunfire and ran back to where the POWs were.

When the officers arrived, Velez said, “they immediately came under gunfire.”

Taylor’s death is one of a string of cases where gunfire occurred during the execution of “no-knock” warrants.

On its website, ShotSpotter claims that only 20 percent of gunfire incidents on average are called into 911 across the country.

It has been reported that there have been at least 33 incidents of gunfire on school grounds in 2020 alone, which resulted in 10 deaths and 15 injuries.

When it first received gunfire from a Federal ship, the shots surprisingly glanced off its sides.

One moment he was limned in the glow of the flashlight, then gunfire made a blasting hell of that fourth floor.