A fatal shooting occurred in downtown Denver, Colorado, resulting in the death of one man and five other persons being injured.
The incident happened near a nightclub and music hall in downtown Denver, and bars were closing at the time. Though their status was not revealed, two people who were seriously injured were rushed to the hospital.
According to authorities, one man died as a result of his injuries, three others sustained minor injuries, and two more sustained non-life-threatening injuries. No arrests have been made in connection with the incident.
UPDATE: A total of 6 individuals were injured by gun fire. 1 of those victims an adult male, died from his injuries. 3 individuals suffered minor injuries and 2 other suffered non-life-threatening injuries. No arrest have been made. Anyone with information contact Crime Stoppers
— Denver Police Dept. (@DenverPolice) August 22, 2021
Denver has experienced an upward trend of active shootings since the beginning of August.
According to a report published in the Westword, fourteen people were shot in eight separate occurrences in downtown Denver between August 6 and August 8. Following the Colorado Rockies' baseball game on August 6, a concession worker was fatally shot and another man died after being injured in a shooting incident.
The incident took place last Friday, Fox News said, and two suspects were detained and charged with first-degree murder and first-degree assault. One of the suspects allegedly got into a dispute with the individual who was fatally shot, with the other suspect on contract to work in concessions at the stadium.
The four males detained in connection with the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old student outside a Denver school on Tuesday were reportedly from different Denver neighborhoods, the Denver Post reported. A fifth suspect who is believed to be related to the group's alleged crime spree is still at large.