Jacksonville Beach shooting leaves one dead, two injured in stable condition

Jacksonville Beach Shooting: One Fatality and Two Hospitalized in Stable Condition

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In Jacksonville Beach, Florida, a serious incident occurred downtown on Sunday evening. Police responded to reports of an active shooter, resulting in one fatality and two injuries.

The search is ongoing for multiple suspects, as confirmed by Jacksonville Beach police to WFOX.

After the incident, a shelter-in-place order was issued but was later lifted at 10:54 p.m. A significant number of police officers were deployed near 2nd Ave. North and 1st St. North.

In related news, a sheriff had enough evidence to detain a gunman before a mass shooting occurred, according to an independent report.

The downtown and beachfront areas of Jacksonville Beach were temporarily closed off following the expansion of the crime scene, as stated by Sgt. Tonya Tator in a press briefing.

Witnesses reported seeing several ambulances and police cars near the incident.

The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department reported that two individuals were taken to the hospital; one in serious condition and the other with injuries not considered life-threatening. A third victim was declared deceased.

In other news, Miami Beach is preparing for a spring break period anticipated to be particularly violent, according to a city commissioner.

The two individuals who survived the shooting are now in stable condition.

One of the victims was critically injured in the Sneakers parking lot, while the other two were shot at 2nd Ave. North.

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Authorities are urging the public to stay away from the crime scene.

Stay tuned for more developments on this story.