Washington, January 4 – More than 100 people have been killed and more than 300 injured across the United States in gun violence in the early days of 2023, according to the Gun Violence Archive portal.
According to a portal that collects statistics on gun accidents, since the beginning of the year, 131 people have been killed accidentally or intentionally in the United States, and 313 people have been injured. At the same time, two children and 11 teenagers were killed, and 34 teenagers and three children were injured, according to analysts.
Since the beginning of the year, the portal has counted six qualifying incidents of mass shootings – when more than four people were injured.
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