9-year-old killed and 6-year-old injured in Sacramento drive-by taking pictures


When officers arrived at Mama Marks Park round 1:10 p.m. native time, they discovered the nine-year-old, together with two different victims who had been shot, in keeping with a information launch from the Sacramento Police Division (SPD).

One lady was transported to the hospital and is listed in vital situation. A six-year-old lady was additionally transported to the hospital and is in secure situation, in keeping with the discharge.

SPD officers have been informed that one man had self-transported himself to an area hospital with accidents, the discharge mentioned. He’s in secure situation.

The incident has been taken over by murder detectives and crime scene investigators, the discharge mentioned. The investigation is in its early levels and detectives are canvassing the realm for witnesses and proof.

Authorities are nonetheless investigating the circumstances and motive of the taking pictures, the discharge mentioned.

SPD says anybody with data could also be eligible for a reward as much as $1,000.


France, Italy floods: One killed, 19 lacking


The storm, dubbed Alex, ravaged a number of villages across the metropolis of Good on the French Riviera. Good Mayor Christian Estrosi referred to as it the worst flooding catastrophe within the space for greater than a century after flying over the worst-hit space by helicopter.

“The roads and about 100 homes had been swept away or partially destroyed,” he instructed French information channel BFM.

No less than eight individuals had been lacking in France, authorities mentioned. These included two firemen whose automobile was carried away by a swollen river, in response to native witnesses cited by a number of French media.

In Italy, not less than one particular person died and as much as 11 individuals had been lacking, native authorities mentioned.

A fireman was killed by a falling tree within the Valle d’Aosta area, whereas three individuals touring in a van had been swept away by flood waters in Val Roya on the border with France.

The storm ravaged several villages around the French city of Nice.

Six German trekkers had been among the many lacking after failing to return from a visit within the mountains within the province of Cuneo.

Officers within the Piedmont area reported a document 630 mm (24.eight inches) of rain in simply 24 hours in Sambughetto, near the border with Switzerland. The Piedmont regional chief Alberto Cirio referred to as on the federal government to declare a state of emergency.

Tv photographs shot in Italy confirmed a number of roads and bridges within the northwest of the nation had been swept away by flood water and quite a few rivers had been reported to have burst their banks.

Eric Ciotti, a member of French parliament who’s from one of many worst affected villages within the space, Saint-Martin-Vésubie, mentioned a number of villages had been reduce off as they’re positioned in steep-sided valleys of the mountainous area.

Meteo France mentioned that rains of 450 mm (17.7 inches) of rain had been registered over 24 hours in some areas – the equal of near 4 months of rain presently of the 12 months.

There was extra rainfall than on Oct. 3 2015, when floods induced the dying of 20 individuals in and across the French Riviera metropolis of Cannes, Jérémy Crunchant, the director of civil safety, instructed France Data.

Venice, a long-delayed flood barrier system efficiently protected the lagoon metropolis from a excessive tide for the primary time on Saturday, bringing large reduction following years of repeated inundations.


Dijon Kizzee: Official post-mortem exhibits Black man killed by Los Angeles deputies was shot 16 occasions


The Los Angeles Medical Examiner’s post-mortem report discovered that Kizzee was shot 16 occasions, with at the least 4 of these bullets inflicting “quickly life-threatening wounds.” A few of the wounds had been to the pinnacle, torso and again, the report stated.

Kizzee’s capturing sparked protests final month in South Los Angeles, a metropolis that has already seen months-long unrest following the dying of George Floyd whereas in Minneapolis police custody. “It is taking place so quick we are able to barely sustain with the hashtags,” Benjamin Crump, an legal professional representing the Kizzee household, beforehand stated of police shootings of Black folks, evoking Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake.

The post-mortem report licensed Kizzee’s dying as a murder, noting the harm occurred by regulation enforcement. The reason for dying is listed as a number of gunshot wounds, and the “quickly deadly accidents embrace trauma to the guts, lungs, liver and left kidney,” in accordance with the post-mortem report.

The legal investigation of the capturing will likely be forwarded to the L.A. County District Lawyer’s Workplace to find out if deputies concerned violated any legal legal guidelines, LASD Murder Bureau Capt. Kent Wegener stated in a press convention final month.

What led as much as the capturing

Deputies first tried to cease Kizzee on August 31 for “using a bicycle on the flawed facet of the highway” and “splitting site visitors,” Wegener stated in a information convention final month. Kizzee refused to cease, deserted his bicycle, and fled on foot with a inexperienced towel in a single hand and a purple and black jacket within the different hand, he stated.

Kizzee’s 9mm semi-automatic pistol, which was reported stolen in 2017, fell to the bottom through the encounter with deputies, Wegener stated. Kizzee bent over and reached again to select up the pistol earlier than deputies fired 19 rounds, he stated. The gun in Kizzee’s possession was loaded with 15 stay rounds, in accordance with Wegener.

Independent autopsy shows Dijon Kizzee was struck 15 times by LA Sheriff's deputies, according to family attorneys

Crump stated final month that video footage of the incident contradicts the sheriff’s division’s findings.

On September 2, Crump posted a grainy cellular phone video recorded from a home that purportedly exhibits the deputies pursuing Kizzee. It exhibits him strolling away from the officers earlier than one closes in on him. Kizzee seems to bend over earlier than the deputy backs up quickly and opens fireplace.

An unbiased post-mortem launched by Kizzee’s household final month discovered he had been shot 15 occasions, attorneys for the household stated. The unbiased post-mortem discovered Kizzee bled to dying after blood crammed his lungs.

Sheriff’s Lt. Brandon Dean stated the deputies weren’t carrying physique cameras, which weren’t set to be rolled out till the autumn, in accordance with CNN affiliate KABC.


Dreamworld theme park operators fined $2.5 million for malfunction that killed 4 folks


Guests Cindy Low, Kate Goodchild, Luke Dorsett and Roozi Araghi have been on the Thunder River Rapids Trip on the Queensland attraction when their raft got here into contact with one other carriage and flipped over, tossing among the passengers onto the conveyer belt and into the experience’s equipment.

Low’s 10-year-old son and Goodchild’s 12-year-old daughter have been additionally on the raft, however survived the accident.

Ardent Leisure pleaded responsible in July to 3 security costs and was handed the punishment on Monday. The corporate had confronted a most positive of $4.5 million AUD, CNN affiliate 9 Information reported. CNN has contacted the corporate for remark.

Quite a few safeguarding failures have been learn to the court docket, 9 Information reported, alongside a sufferer influence assertion by Kim Dorsett, the mom of Goodchild and Dorsett.

“I cry for my youngsters, my misplaced youngsters, each day,” she stated.

Dreamworld inquiry: Emergency button could have stopped deaths
A 2018 inquest heard that the tragedy could have been averted had an emergency cease button been pressed, however workers on the theme park have been suggested in coaching “to not fear” in regards to the button and as a substitute rely first on a slower, seven-second button.

Radio presenter Patricia Karvelas, who was associates with two of the victims, reacted to Monday’s ruling by writing on Twitter: “That is the penalty for the loss of life of my associates? What a darkish day.”

Ardent Leisure operates two Gold Coast theme parks, Dreamworld and Whitewater World, in addition to town’s Sky Level remark deck.

In a press release despatched to CNN affiliate 9 Information, its chairman Gary Weiss and theme parks division CEO John Osbourne stated they apologized “unreservedly for the previous circumstances and failures at Dreamworld”.

“Ardent accepts duty for this tragedy with out qualification or reservation,” the assertion added. “Right this moment we settle for the Court docket’s resolution to impose a positive of $3.6 million which is the biggest positive in Queensland historical past for a office tragedy.”


At the very least 16 killed from carbon monoxide poisoning in China coal mine accident


There have been 17 folks contained in the Songzao coal mine within the Chinese language metropolis of Chongqing on the time of the incident, in response to the state-run CGTN broadcaster. Just one individual was pulled out alive by rescuers and they’re in crucial situation in hospital, CGTN reported.

The accident occurred simply after noon native time on Sunday, when a conveyer belt within the mine caught hearth, producing extreme ranges of carbon monoxide and trapping the miners.

State information company Xinhua reported that carbon monoxide ranges contained in the coal mine had exceeded protected limits.

China’s Ministry of Emergency Administration stated in an announcement that they’re working to determine the reason for the accident and implement security measures.

Ambulances wait outside the Songzao Coal Mine after workers became trapped.

A staff led by the deputy director of the Nationwide Coal Security Supervision Bureau was despatched to information the rescue and restoration effort on the mine, the ministry stated.

The ability is owned by state vitality agency Chongqing Vitality. Managers on the Songzao coal mine had beforehand been fined and issued with warnings over security violations on the website.

In late 2019, the Chongqing Coal Mine Security Supervision Bureau issued “administrative penalties” and fines starting from $700 to $4,200 to seven folks for utilizing improper mine blasting strategies, in response to an announcement launched by the bureau.

Mining accidents will not be uncommon in China. In 2017 there have been 219 coal mining accidents in whole, in response to official statistics, killing 375 folks. In 2018, the dying toll from coal mine accidents stood at 333.


Woman stabbed and killed in Chicago, police say


The 5-year-old lady, who was not recognized, was wounded at a house in Chicago’s Garfield Park neighborhood on Saturday morning. She was taken to a hospital after police responded to a number of 911 calls about an individual who had been stabbed, Chicago police mentioned.

The kid was later pronounced useless, police mentioned.

A 27-year-old lady was detained in reference to the stabbing, Officer Jose Jara, a police spokesman, advised CNN affiliate WLS. The lady was not recognized.

Jara mentioned the lady and the lady “could also be associated.”

“Detectives are nonetheless engaged on making an attempt to place these items collectively,” Jara added.


White supremacist killed in shootout with California deputies, sheriff says


The capturing passed off Thursday morning when deputies at first tried to conduct a visitors cease on Christopher Michael Straub, 38, close to a cemetery. Straub acquired out of his automobile and ran by the vineyards of the cemetery, the discharge stated.

He then hid and ambushed deputies, firing a number of rounds at them with a handgun. Deputy Richard “Ted” Lehnhoff, 34, was hit within the leg and airlifted to a neighborhood hospital, the place he underwent surgical procedure and is in steady situation, the discharge stated.

Straub continued evading deputies and tried to return to his automobile by the winery, however extra deputies arrived on scene and intercepted him as he tried to regain entry to his automobile.

Straub was later pronounced lifeless on the scene, in response to the sheriff’s workplace.

After the capturing, authorities discovered a number of weapons in Straub’s automobile, together with 4 assault-style rifles, one bolt-action searching rifle, one shotgun, and two handguns together with the handgun he used to shoot at deputies, plus a whole lot of rounds of ammunition.

California deputies found multiple weapons and ammunition in Christopher Straub's vehicle after he was killed in a shootout with deputies.

Authorities searched Straub’s residence, the place they found he was illegally manufacturing weapons components.

“Straub was a wished felon and it’s unlawful for felons to own any weapons,” the sheriff’s workplace stated.

The sheriff’s workplace stated Straub was a recognized member of a white supremacist gang and the Sheriff’s Gang Process Drive was already conducting an investigation earlier than Thursday’s capturing.

Straub “had a big prison historical past having been booked 28 occasions into jails all throughout California together with two incarcerations in state jail,” the sheriff’s workplace stated within the launch.

Templeton is about 114 miles west of Bakersfield.


A grizzly bear mauled and killed a hunter in a first-of-its-kind assault at a nationwide park in Alaska


The hunter, whose identify is being withheld pending an investigation, was on a 10-day moose hunt with a pal close to the Chisana River drainage when the assault occurred on Sunday, the Nationwide Park Service (NPS) stated.

Within the 40 years because the nation’s largest park was established, a bear mauling fatality has by no means been recorded till now, NPS stated. The company urged guests to be cautious.

“Guests are inspired to be Bear Conscious when touring within the backcountry and take precautions resembling carrying bear spray and utilizing Bear Resistant Meals Containers,” NPS wrote in a information launch on Tuesday.

Usually, in response to the NPS, bears will transfer away from people in the event that they see or hear them coming.

Bear assaults are uncommon — but when attacked by grizzly bear, the NPS recommends individuals play useless by laying flat on their stomachs with their legs unfold out.

Bears additionally are usually extra lively within the fall months, as they search meals in preparation for hibernation.


Six Louisville law enforcement officials beneath inner investigation for actions the evening Breonna Taylor was killed


The LMPD’s skilled requirements unit is investigating Det. Myles Cosgrove and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, two of the officers who fired into Taylor’s house; Det. Joshua Jaynes, who secured a search warrant for Taylor’s house previous to her loss of life; in addition to detectives Tony James, Michael Campbell and Michael Nobles, LMPD spokesman Sgt. Lamont Washington informed CNN on Tuesday.

The inner investigation will look at if the six officers violated any police insurance policies, he added.

Police believed Taylor was house alone when she was actually accompanied by her boyfriend, who was legally armed, in line with a CNN assessment of the taking pictures. That miscalculation, together with the choice to press ahead with a high-risk, forced-entry raid beneath questionable circumstances, contributed to the lethal end result.
Louisville restricts access to downtown ahead of expected Breonna Taylor decision

Cosgrove, Mattingly and former officer Brett Hankison used a battering ram to pressure open the door to her house, the CNN assessment discovered. Mattingly informed investigators he entered the house and felt the warmth of a bullet in his leg. The spherical, fired by Taylor’s boyfriend, severed his femoral artery. He and the 2 different officers returned fireplace, in line with the CNN assessment.

Taylor was killed within the barrage of photographs from the three officers.

Campbell and an lawyer representing Sgt. Mattingly declined to touch upon the matter. Mattingly’s lawyer, Todd McMurtry, beforehand defended his consumer’s conduct.

“Sgt. Mattingly was following orders of superior officers, was not concerned within the planning means of the arrest, and always adopted established police procedures,” he mentioned, per earlier CNN reporting.

Attorneys for detectives Cosgrove, Jaynes and Nobles didn’t reply to CNN’s requests for remark. An lawyer for Det. James couldn’t be instantly recognized.

Officer Hankison was fired in June for his position in Taylor’s loss of life. Louisville Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder mentioned Hankison “wantonly and blindly fired ten rounds” into Taylor’s house, which Schroeder mentioned violated customary working process and “displayed an excessive indifference to the worth of human life.”

Hankison is interesting his termination, and his lawyer has declined remark.

Kentucky Legal professional Common Daniel Cameron’s workplace is investigating doable legal expenses within the case. A grand jury has been empaneled within the metropolis, and an announcement concerning potential expenses is anticipated someday quickly.

CNN’s Taylor Romine and Alec Snyder contributed to this report.


Extra individuals have been killed in Louisville this 12 months than ever earlier than within the metropolis’s historical past


The variety of homicides is probably the most town has ever seen, based on statistics from the Louisville Metro Police Division, and there are nonetheless three months left within the 12 months. The violent file comes as some federal buildings have closed and police function below a state of emergency as town awaits an announcement within the state’s investigation into the killing of Breonna Taylor.

The record-setting murders have put a pressure on the murder unit’s capability to analyze every incident, LMPD Lt. Donny Burbink, chief of the murder unit, mentioned.

“It is principally to the purpose the place we’re not with the ability to present victims’ households the correct investigative companies that we want to, and it is actually unlucky,” mentioned Burbink, who later added they made arrests in 37 of these homicides.

“We’re hoping that eventually, issues begin calming down so our victims’ households can really get a number of the solutions that they need.”

But it surely’s not simply homicides — there have been over 420 shootings to date this 12 months, based on Burbink.

“Each 12 hours, anyone is getting shot on common, typically extra typically than that,” mentioned metro council president David James. “The extent of violence occurring in our metropolis, I’ve by no means seen.”

Violent crime rises during pandemic as confidence in police takes a hit
Louisville is considered one of a number of cities grappling with a current improve in violence. In New York Metropolis, taking pictures incidents have almost doubled this 12 months in comparison with this identical level final 12 months, based on NYPD statistics.

The violence in Louisville began to grip town when the pandemic hit, James mentioned, closing faculties and forcing children into the road whereas others misplaced jobs. That grip solely tightened when, based on James, not a lot was completed to deal with gun violence and drug gross sales.

“Persons are making an attempt to generate profits nonetheless they will, which is many occasions illegally promoting medication, and that provides to the issue,” mentioned James, a former undercover detective within the LMPD’s narcotics unit.

‘We’ve got to have a look at it like a public well being disaster’

Christopher 2X, a Louisville native and head of Sport Changers, a non-profit group that focuses on early training to assist curb gun violence, informed CNN there should be a will to deal with gun violence like a public well being disaster.

“All of us rallied to the reason for Covid — masks and social distancing, however what we’ve not completed inside this metropolis is handle violence and embrace it as urgently as we have to,” he mentioned.

“I have been on this work for 20 years and may let you know that until there’s an urgency to take care of violence like we now have been doing with the pandemic, it may be tough to deal with. We’ve got to have a look at it like a public well being disaster.”

The record-breaking murder depend is the most recent highlight on Louisville, a metropolis that has seen over 110 straight days of public demonstrations stemming from Breonna Taylor’s dying.

Taylor was fatally shot in March after police broke down the door to her condominium whereas executing a late-night “no-knock” warrant. Not one of the officers concerned in her dying have been arrested or charged. Two stay on the pressure, whereas a 3rd officer was fired and is interesting to get his job again.

Fueled by uncertainty over the investigation into Taylor’s dying, town has develop into a powder keg as tensions stay excessive. Concrete boundaries and chain hyperlink fencing have been erected in downtown Louisville whereas extra plywood was affixed to home windows at a number of buildings this week.

The Gene Snyder US Courthouse and Customhouse is seen with boarded up windows.

The LMPD issued a state of emergency, shifting round schedules of officers so they’d extra accessible to reply if demonstrations flip violent as town awaits the choice of Lawyer Basic Daniel Cameron in Taylor’s taking pictures.

And whereas these measures will not decelerate homicides, they supply a snapshot of a metropolis grappling with public security issues and requires social justice.

“This can be a tragic milestone. We’ve got misplaced far too many individuals to this mindless violence, and I grieve with these immediately impacted — the moms, fathers, little children of these killed — and people not directly impacted — the group as a complete, which additionally has suffered nice loss,” mentioned Mayor Greg Fisher in a press release, who additionally alluded to different challenges the division was dealing with, like the approaching choice within the Breonna Taylor case.

“True public security requires involvement by everybody in the neighborhood — working collectively on the basis causes of violence, listening to the structural components that create circumstances for violence to thrive, like poverty and gaps in training and alternative.”

Burbink held a information convention on Monday to debate the shootings over the weekend and echoed the mayor’s sentiments, saying extra should be concerned to quell the violence.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron meets with Breonna Taylor's family in August.

“The one factor that the police are going to do is they will flood scorching spots. That is not likely a great plan proper now,” Burbink mentioned, including that he desires his unit to satisfy with group and spiritual leaders. “We want to try to give you a means that we are able to influence violent crime in an enduring means. Not in a ‘we are able to take it off the desk for a number of months and decrease it.’ That does not repair the issue. This is not only a police downside, it is a group downside.”

Christopher 2X, who organized the primary and solely assembly up to now between Cameron and Taylor’s household, says Louisville has put some power into curbing violence through the years “nevertheless it’s not sufficient.”

“The hope is that typically the ache that you simply witness and undergo from brings a brand new awakening for higher cooperation and higher consciousness towards the urgency of the issue and likewise manifests new management that may hopefully result in higher outcomes.”


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