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An attack on a health care facility in Monrovia, Liberia on Saturday sent Ebola patients fleeing, although some chose to stay at the center, according to CNN. The assailants stole mattresses and equipment while wielding weapons. Guns were not used in the attack and no one was injured. “It was an attack from people afraid of Ebola,” Collins told CNN. “Everybody is afraid.” Read more here…[CNN]

A straight-A Chicago student was among seven people shot and killed in the city over the weekend, according to NBC. Shaquise Buckner, 16, had dreams of becoming a forensic scientist. “She was a good baby,” said Buckner’s mother, Katrina Goodwin. “I don’t understand this.” Buckner was struck with a bullet when shots were fired from a passing car. A 20-year-old man with her was hit in the back and taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center, where he was listed in stable condition. Read about it here…[NBC]

Four people were injured in an early morning shooting in Queens, N.Y. Two men exited a vehicle and fired 20 rounds at the victims, ages 27, 26, 23, and 19. Two are in critical condition. Read about it here…[NBC]

A 3-year-old girl in Prince George’s County, Md. was killed after a man and police engaged in a car chase and shootout. From CNN: Police spokesman Lt. Bill Alexander said police began pursuing the man early in the afternoon when he drove a Nissan Maxima away from the scene of a shooting in Temple Hills. One of the wheels fell off the suspect’s car and he stopped and exchanged gunfire with police, Alexander said. The man was killed in a second exchange of gunfire. Inside the car, police found the wounded toddler, who later died. Police say they don’t know who fired the shots that killed the 3-year-old. Read about it here…[CNN]


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