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Leaked Footage: Monterey Park Lunar Shooting Video (Watch Full Video)

Leaked Footage: Monterey Park Lunar Shooting Video (Watch Full Video)

Leaked Footage: Monterey Park Lunar Shooting Video (Watch Full Video)

Monterey Park Lunar Shooting Video;According to law enforcement officials and witnesses, a shooter opened fire in Monterey Park on Saturday night and shot numerous persons, some of whom died.

According to multiple witnesses, the incident happened about 10 p.m. inside a dance studio on Garvey Avenue. There have been some fatalities, according to internal police correspondence. According to one law enforcement source, there were around a dozen casualties overall.

Owner of a seafood BBQ restaurant on Garvey Avenue across from the scene of the shooting, Seung Won Choi, claimed that three guys barged into his business and ordered him to close the door.

They claimed that a man with a semiautomatic weapon was nearby. They claimed that the shooter carried several rounds of ammo, so when his supply ran low, he reloaded, according to Choi.

A neighboring resident named Wong Wei claimed that his companion had attended the dance club that evening along with a handful of her pals. The shooting began when his pal was in the restroom.

He claimed that when she emerged, she discovered a shooter and three bodies: two of them were ladies, and the third one belonged to the club’s manager, Wei added. Around 11 p.m., he claimed, his friend made his way to his house.

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His friends informed him that the gunman was brandishing a long rifle and looked to fire randomly. They flee because they don’t know why, he said.

The incident took place close to where Chinese New Year festivities were taking place. One of the biggest Lunar New Year celebrations in the area began on Saturday with tens of thousands of people attending.

Crowds were eating skewers and shopping for jewelry and Chinese food earlier in the day. The New Year festival was open on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

John, 27, who wished to remain anonymous, resides close to the shooting scene. When he arrived home at 10 p.m., he reported hearing four or five gunshots. He then heard the sound of police cars “smashing” along the street. Around 11:20 p.m., he walked downstairs to see if the shooting had taken place at the New Year’s festival.

Shooting At Monterey Park Lunar New Year Event

My initial worry was that they were celebrating the Lunar New Year, he continued. However, he claimed that when he arrived, he found that the festival had already been cleaned up for the day. When he arrived at the gunshot scene, he observed one person being carried away on a stretcher. Another person’s arm was bandaged.

Social media videos displayed police and fire trucks swarming a location on Garvey Avenue and attending to casualties.

Numerous nearby hospitals received injured patients.

If a suspect was in police custody, it was not known.

Many people in the region were surprised by the violence.

Around 12:30 a.m., Edwin Chen, a 47-year-old delivery dispatcher from Woodland Hills, hurried over to Monterey Park after learning the news. According to Chen, a dozen of his acquaintances and family still reside in the neighborhood where he grew up.

He expressed his sadness that this occurred as the neighborhood was celebrating the Lunar New Year.

He said, “This is supposed to be a pleasant moment. “I want to learn as much as I can. Even now, it’s shocking.

Los Angeles City Controller Kenneth Mejia, the first Asian American to occupy a citywide post in Los Angeles, tweeted, “Our hearts go out to families who lost loved ones tonight in our neighboring city, Monterey Park, where a terrible shooting just occurred.”

Asian Americans make up the bulk of the population of Monterey Park, a 61,000-person city in the San Gabriel Valley. According to census data, the suburb east of Los Angeles has a population that is 65% Asian American, 27% Latino, and 6% white.

Monterey Park, one of the San Gabriel Valley’s main suburbs, is home to several Asian American-owned stores and eateries.

This news item is current. It will be updated as new data comes to light.