U.S. beach city issues state of emergency, curfew after deadly shootings

WASHINGTON, March 20: The City of Miami Beach, in the U.S. state of Florida, issued a state of emergency and a curfew on Sunday bonnet cache cache oreille outlet geox spaccio online jakne champion etui pour s7 cascos de moto para niños baltimore ravens trikot jackson Parfums Femme the home deco factor violino nero scarpe guardiani uomo legging nike rose nike ads 2018 creolen gold gucci adidas femme sarenza bonnet cache cache oreille scooter hut melbourneafter two deadly shootings.

The city said the curfew will be from 11:59 p.m. Sunday local time (0359 GMT Monday) until 6 a.m. Monday (1000 GMT).

Officials intend to impose similar additional curfew restrictions from Thursday through next Monday.

The measures came after a man died and another man was injured in a shooting in South Beach Friday night, and another deadly shooting in Miami Beach early Sunday morning.

Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said in a video message posted on Sunday that the crowds and presence of firearms have “created a peril that cannot go unchecked.”

A south Florida island city, Miami Beach will hold a special commission meeting on Monday afternoon “to discuss the restrictions beyond Monday,” according to a press release.

The United States has lost more than 8,960 lives to gun violence so far this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive.


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