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A drive-by shooter empties his shotgun at British mourners; girls, 7 and 12, among six injured

A a seven-year-old girl was ‘seriously injured’ by shotgun pellets fired from a black Toyota in London, UK, police said.

A memorial service was held at St. Aloysius Church, Euston for a young woman and her mother who died of natural causes.

The police then think that a black Toyota passed in front of the service where, from an open window, a gunman fired several shots from a shotgun in the crowd before leaving. Four women and two children were injured in the attack, with the youngest in life-threatening condition.

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Officers found several injured people caused by shotgun pellets,” Superintendent Jack Rowlands said. “Four women, aged 21, 41, 48 and 54, were taken to hospitals in central London. Fortunately, their injuries were assessed as not life-threatening. The 48-year-old suffered potentially life-changing injuries.”

Metropolitan Police secure scene after drive by firing

Metropolitan Police secure scene after drive by shooting six injured including two children

“Two children were also injured. A 12-year-old girl suffered a leg injury. She was treated in hospital before being discharged yesterday afternoon. She is expected to make a full recovery,” Rowlands said. “A seven-year-old girl was more seriously injured. She remains hospitalized in a stable but life-threatening conditionand our hearts go out to her and her family.”

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“This is a deeply distressing incident and my heart goes out to those injured and their families,” London Mayor Sadiq Khan added. “A police investigation is ongoing and I am in close contact with the Met Police to determine what happened.”

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The shooting may have links to Colombian drug trafficking as the requiem mass was for Freisa Calderon, ex-wife of Carlos Arturo Sanchez-Coronado, a money launderer for a London drug gang linked to the Cali cartel in Colombia.

Police announced early Monday that they had arrested a man suspected of attempted murder in connection with the shooting.

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