Shooting at LGBTQ nightclub in US leaves at least 5 dead | DW News

Shooting at lgbtq nightclub in us leaves at least 5 dead | dw news

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Five people have been killed and 18 injured in a shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in the US city of Colorado Springs. A suspect is in custody. Police got the late night call from the Club Q as party goers gathered there to mark the ‘Transgender Day of Remembrance’ which honors the memory of those killed in transphobic violence. A statement from the club thanked customers who subdued the gunman.

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