Teenager fighting for life after melbourne car park shooting

Teenager fighting for life after melbourne car park shooting

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Police have said one teenager was killed and four were injured after aSM 카지노 fight in a car park in Melbourne’s west early on Friday morning.

The incident happened at about 4am at the foot of an overpass near the west end of Queen Elizabeth Way.

“As we were leaving the foot of the overpass on Queen Elizabeth Way we found a person lying in a pool of blood, a man was lying in the pool of blood, both o울산출장마사지f them were deceased,” Acting Commissioner Andrew Scipione said.

Four officers were working the scene after paramedics called for a 15-year-old boy to attend the emergency room at University Hospital.

Officers found him in the park at around 4am and attended to him and found a 30-year-old man in a critical condition.

여수안마The gunman took off on foot when a police helicopter appeared and shot him at close range, police said.

The suspect was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital for treatment.

Police said it was believed the gunman was a known gang member and it was unknown if the fatal gunshot was gang related.

They urged anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.

Topics: crime, perth-6000, sydney-2000

Producers warned of cold threat to livestock

Producers warned of cold threat to livestock

The threat comes on top of warnings from the Environment Agency that livestock producers could lose as much as £500,000 per annum.

The country’s leading farming organisations are concer더킹카지노ned as the threat could lead to increased demand for meat with meat prices rising.

But David Hetherington, the general secretary of the Cattle Exporters and Farmers’ Alliance said: “This latest forecast from the EEA shows clearly that food prices in England are rising faster than population growth.

“At present the EDA has warned of potential price rises of up to £1,000 per head, but these are not realistic and should not detract from the true danger to consumers. We urge the government to ensure that we get a proper price for food at its upcoming farmers’ meeting.”

Gavin Barwick, chief executive of the Food and Drink Federation, added: “In response to the alarming EEA forecast from last month, food retailers need to show farmers that there is a viable alternative to their current system of price controls in 더킹카지노place.

“If food prices do rise, then consumers may decide to increase their food costs, and then some of the cost at the supermarket would go towards keeping prices down in the future.”

The Cattle and Farmers’ Alliance said the EEA’s forecast was “a major warning shot for farmers in the face of rising inflation”.

바카라사이트The food and drink sector account for 16.5% of British exports and contributes an estimated £35bn a year to the economy.

It also produces more meat than any other sector of the economy.

The Government has long called for a higher duty rate on imported beef but the new forecast shows the move has been shelved.