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Scalise After Shooting: 'His Condition Is Critical'

15 Juin 2017

United States president Donald Trump said the suspected gunman who opened fire on Republican lawmakers on Wednesday had died from injuries he received during the shooting.

The shocking event left the Capitol horrified and stunned.

"I am shocked & praying for the safety & recovery of my friend Steve Scalise & all the others shot, including the officers", Donnelly wrote on Twitter after news of the shootings. "He underwent immediate surgery, and an additional procedure to stop bleeding". "I'm just lying on the ground holding on to my dogs making sure they don't get away", he told NBC News, adding, "I'm sort of thinking, "I hope I don't get shot".

Also shot were a congressional staffer and members of the Capitol police force.

President Donald Trump says he has spoken to Rep. Steve Scalise's wife, Jennifer, to offer his support to the family. We are deeply saddened by this tragedy.

Trump says in a televised statement from the White House that while the political parties may have their differences, it's worth remembering that everyone who serves in Washington is here because they love the United States.

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In a statement, Texas Rep. Roger Williams, one of the team's coaches, said one of his staff members was shot during the incident and was receiving medical attention.

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Filous said she saw the shooter hit a uniformed law enforcement officer, who she said was later evacuated by helicopter. One Capitol Hill police officer also suffered a gunshot wound and another officer suffered a non-gunshot injury. "It would have been a massacre without them". The attacker was shot and later died. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) said.

The shooter, identified as a 66-year-old IL man who had vented at Republicans on social media, fired repeatedly at the baseball field in suburban Alexandria, Virginia. It reportedly lasted about 10 minutes.

Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., plays for the Democratic team, which was practicing at the same time in another part of the Washington, D.C., area. Scalise was among those injured and was first believed to be in stable condition.