Massive Halloween shootouts across the country and 4 more news that you might have missed Author: Alina Voronina vaccination news Shooting USA

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In New York, nearly 10,000 police and firefighters were suspended from work. In Maryland, the retiree has hit the $ 2 million jackpot twice. And in Texas there will be an entire neighborhood printed on a 3D printer. Read about this and other news today in the digest of USA.ONE magazine:

Bloody Halloween: 12 dead and dozens of injured as a result of shootings

And also: in The United States has postponed permission to vaccinate teens with Moderna.

Nationwide Halloween Shooting: Victims Failed

 Massive Halloween shootouts all over the country and 4 more news you might have missed


At least 12 dead and 52 injured were the results of Halloween parties this weekend in the States. At 00:30 on Sunday, October 31, a patrol sergeant in Joliet, 45 miles southwest of Chicago, Illinois, heard about a dozen gunshots. As a result, two people were killed and more than a dozen were injured. There were more than 200 people in the house where the shooting took place.

Police arrived at the scene and found bodies in the backyard and victims in neighboring houses. More than 10 people were hospitalized from the party, 4 of whom were seriously injured. Police estimated that the shooting occurred near the DJ booth in the courtyard. They were shooting from the porch into the crowd. On Saturday night, October 30, a 20-year-old boy was killed in a shootout in East Texas. 9 people received bullet wounds. The shooting began at a party in Teharkana. On Sunday morning, 21-year-old suspect Keunty McElroy voluntarily surrendered to the police.

There were also casualties at the Halloween home party in Albuquerque, New Mexico. At about 1 am on Saturday, 4 people were shot in the legs. A 19-year-old girl who was attending a celebration at a shopping center in Columbus, Ohio was also injured in the left leg. And in Pasadena, California, police were looking for three men suspected of fighting in which a woman was injured. She received a gunshot wound. In the building where everything happened, there were several hundred people.

Shooting also rang out in Florida, Kentucky and Colorado, increasing the number of victims to 12 and injured to 52 people. Police say that, on average, Halloween crime rises 26% over a normal day. In 2019 alone, there were 150 more crimes.

Thousands of unvaccinated firefighters and police were suspended from work in New York

 Massive Halloween shootouts all over the country and 4 more news you might have missed

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22,800 police, firefighters and other municipal employees have still not been vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the City of New York. Of these, 9 thousand were sent on leave without pay. The others are under consideration and are still working, according to the press secretary of the Mayor of New York Mitch Schwartz.

Earlier, the president of the firefighters' union Andy Ansbrough said that it is not entirely clear how many fire departments will be closed, but it was about dozens. Compulsory vaccination of firefighters and police against coronavirus in New York was introduced on October 20. Those who refuse to be vaccinated, Mayor Bill de Blasio promised to send them on unpaid leave. Firefighters are asking him for more time to decide whether to get vaccinated or not.

In the US, until Moderna is injected for teenagers

 Massive Halloween shootouts nationwide and 4 more news you might have missed


The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it has not yet completed its evaluation of Moderna's coronavirus drug for teens 12 to 17 years old. The verification may drag on until January 2022, since we are talking about authorizing the emergency use of the vaccine for the mentioned age group.

The FDA is taking additional time to evaluate the results of international studies regarding the risks of inflammation of the heart muscle after vaccination. This rare side effect has been reported mainly in younger men. The company will conduct its own review of studies on the increased risk of myocarditis in people under the age of 18.

Moderna applied for permission to vaccinate adolescents 12-17 years old in June this year. The company said it would delay filing a request to use half the dose of the drug in people 6-11 years old until the FDA reviews an application to vaccinate teenagers 12-17 years old.

Pensioner won $ 2 million for the second time in a row

 Massive Halloween shootouts nationwide and 4 more news you might have missed


A few years ago, a 65-year-old resident of Salisbury, Maryland, won $ 2 million in the lottery & # 34; 2 million dollars richer & # 34; and has not stopped playing since. Having bought two tickets at the Exxon gas station, he found one of them with the Gold Bar emblem with a prize of two million. The second ticket also won and brought the owner an additional $ 100.

The man put the jackpot ticket in the safe before the expiration date. The last day when it was possible to receive a prize in this lottery was November 1st. The winner delayed receiving the prize for so long, because he did not believe his own luck. In 2019, he already hit the $ 2 million jackpot that allowed him to retire and take a vacation with his family. The American plans to spend the new jackpot on family vacations and home renovations.

A whole 3D-printed district will appear in Austin

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The American company ICON plans to 3D print the world's largest residential area. The project is being implemented in Austin, Texas, in collaboration with architecture firm BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and construction firm Lennar. The first houses will be laid in early 2022. Their exact location has not yet been disclosed.

According to Lennar President Eric Feder, the dream of their own home remains elusive for many Americans due to a lack of materials and labor. Now, housing will become affordable and technologically advanced, and will also meet the growing demand. ICON said the materials and system of construction are completely safe. 3D-printed houses are very durable and withstand the onslaught of the elements.

ICON co-founder and CEO Jason Ballard said that there is a shortage of 5 million homes in the US and there is an urgent need to quickly increase supply without sacrificing for the stability, quality and beauty of structures. And this is just about 3D technologies.