Firing on a train in the US state of Arizona

Thanks to the New York Times

A police agent was shot dead and two officers were injured in a train crash in Tucson, Arizona.

According to the New York Times, the shooting took place in a passenger train in Tucson, Arizona, while Tucson police were conducting a routine check on the train. Tucson police were examining passengers on the train for drugs, illegal weapons and money.

Meanwhile, the accused, seeing the policemen nearby, sensed danger and opened fire at once, killing one police agent on the spot and injuring two others.

According to the report, the drug dealer was killed in the retaliatory firing of the police, while another was arrested. All the passengers in the train were safe from the firing. One and a half hundred people were on board the train which was evacuated.

As soon as the incident was reported, the SWAT team also reached the spot and the train was stopped at a nearby station. According to Police Chief Chris Magnus, the condition of the injured police officer is out of danger.


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