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US : 1 dead, 24 injured in gunfire at Arkansas car show

 (FASTMAIL) - One person was killed and at least 24 others injured after a gunmen shot at attendees of a car show in Arkansas, police in the southern US state said on Sunday.

Police have been investigating into the incident.A suspect was taken into custody, but police were searching for "others who may have been firing into the crowd of people", the statement said.



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