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12 June 2019, 06:33 | Glen Norman
Washington's gay pride parade Saturday was canceled after a false report of a shooter
The panic happened Saturday near Dupont Circle, where crowds of people gathered to celebrate but heard what sounded like a series of gunshots amid the celebrations.
One man was taken into custody and multiple people sustained minor injuries after a report of a man with a gun at the Capital Pride parade in Washington, D.C.
A man turned into once arrested for waving a handgun all the draw throughout the Capital Pride Parade in Washington DC - sparking a stampede that left several folks within the clinic, in preserving with police officers.
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"While canvassing the south side of the park, Officer Maio was flagged down by a concerned citizen who pointed out Suspect 1 and stated he was the individual that had a gun in his bag", the report says. "There are injuries from people running from what they thought were gunshots". Other people were treated at the scene, in Washington's Dupont Circle. He was arrested. Rivera said there was no evidence that shots were fired. Singh was stopped as he approached a brown paper bag containing a silver-colored imitation pistol, police said.
"We can't enable this incident to fracture the pleasure celebration occurring this weekend", Smith mentioned. Seven people were taken to hospitals after being injured in the chaos.
He said the group spent extensive time planning security procedures.
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