Hours before the FIFA Women's World Cup first match, a shooting in Auckland left two people dead and the gunman dead
Hours before the FIFA Women's World Cup first match, a shooting in Auckland left two people dead and the gunman dead
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To witness New Zealand face Norway on Thursday night, a sell-out crowd of more than 40,000 people is anticipated at Eden Park Stadium.

21st of July, Auckland According to sources cited by The Washington Post on Wednesday, two people were murdered and six more were injured in Auckland when a shooter opened fire before being shot down by police.
Only 12 hours had passed before the Women’s FIFA World Cup’s first game when the event occurred.

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Around 7:30 a.m. (local time), the shooter entered the construction site on Lower Queen Street, close to a major train and ferry port, as well as hotels and a well-known mall, and began shooting rounds as he made his way through the site.

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