Thursday, December 3, 2015

This Map Shows All 355 Mass Shootings in the United States This Year

Posted By on Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 3:07 PM

click to enlarge A map showing the mass shootings in Texas this year. - VIA PBS NEWSHOUR
  • Via PBS NewsHour
  • A map showing the mass shootings in Texas this year.
The shooting in San Bernardino, California yesterday which left 14 people dead and more than 20 wounded was the 355th mass shooting in the United States this year, according to the Washington Post.

Each of those mass shootings — defined as any event in which four or more people are shot — have been logged by shootingtracker.com. PBS NewsHour then turned the data into an interactive map:

click to enlarge VIA PBS NEWSHOUR
  • Via PBS Newshour
In Texas, 121 people have been shot this year in mass shootings. That includes two events in San Antonio: One in January when seven people were shot when a brawl at an East Side carwash got out of control, and another in July during a pair of bar fights

The largest shooting this year in Texas was in Waco, when over two dozen bikers and bystanders were shot during a shootout between rival biker gangs at a Twin Peaks restaurant.


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