Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus gave an update at Monday afternoon on the shooting attacks Sunday on the city’s south side, in which one person was shot to death and several others — including 2 paramedics and a firefighter - were wounded.
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Tucson Fire Chief Chuck Ryan reached out to employees Sunday night to make them aware of the day's tragic events and to let them know support was available for anyone who needed it.
The attack that killed a Good Samaritan and left many injured revealed tough issues in Tucson's public safety. But the goodwill and humanity of our public-safety professionals and neighbors isn't one.
A house fire on Tucson's south side and shootings that immediately followed July 18 left at least two people dead and several injured, including neighbors, EMTs and a fire captain.
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