1 dead, 2 injured in shooting at Seattle light-rail station

first_imgABC News(SEATTLE) — One person is dead and two others have been injured in a shooting at a light-rail station in downtown Seattle, authorities say.Seattle police say they’re looking for suspects.Responding officers found three men with gunshot wounds in the Westlake light-rail station, police said. Officers performed CPR on the victims until Seattle Fire Department medics arrived and transported the victims to an area hospital, where one of them died from his injuries.Witnesses reported seeing a male suspect flee the station on foot following the shooting.Police detective Mark Jamieson told Seattle ABC affiliate KOMO there may have been a dispute between the suspect and the victims in a nearby McDonald’s before the group ended up at the train station.Responding officers found three men with gunshot wounds in the Westlake light-rail station, police said. Officers performed CPR on the victims until Seattle Fire Department medics arrived and transported the victims to an area hospital, where one of them died from his injuries.Witnesses reported seeing a male suspect flee the station on foot following the shooting.Police detective Mark Jamieson told Seattle ABC affiliate KOMO there may have been a dispute between the suspect and the victims in a nearby McDonald’s before the group ended up at the train station.Jamieson said authorities don’t believe the shooting was random.Seattle Fire Department officials said one of the victims was in critical condition and the other one was in stable condition, according to KOMO.The shooting closed down multiple streets around the area. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Currently, 780.000 tourists stay in Croatia, mostly from Germany

first_imgIn July, there were 2,44 million arrivals and 18,60 million overnight stays, which represents 53% of arrivals and 61% of overnight stays in July last year. Photo: Pixabay.com / Trogir According to system data eVisitor, which contains tourist traffic realized in the commercial and non-commercial segment and nautical charter, in Croatia is 2,44 million arrivals and 18,60 million overnight stays in July, which represents 53% of arrivals and 61% of overnight stays in July last year.  The leading destinations in July according to overnight stays are Vir (711 thousand), Rovinj (619 thousand), Medulin (553 thousand), Novalja (486 thousand) and Mali Lošinj (475 thousand). Foreign tourists realized 2,13 million arrivals (50% of the level of results last July) and 15,70 million overnight stays (58% of overnight stays last July), while domestic tourists realized 325 thousand arrivals (91% of arrivals in July last year) and 2,90 , 81 million overnight stays (XNUMX% of overnight stays last July).center_img Currently, about 780.000 tourists stay in Croatia, of which 200.000 are German, 135 thousand Slovenian, 130 thousand domestic, 74 thousand Polish and 46 thousand Czech tourists. Most tourists are currently staying in Vir, followed by Rovinj, Medulin, Crikvenica and Porec. “We are in the first passing time. These are, given the circumstances, great results and a good announcement for the road ahead. Intensified promotional activities, both invitational advertising campaigns and those of an informative nature, will be carried out until the end of August on the markets of Germany, Austria, Great Britain and Italy, given that these are very important markets for our tourism where Croatia is on the list of safe countries. It is still important to behave responsibly and adhere to the prescribed epidemiological measures in order to maintain the status of our country as a safe tourist destination and get the most out of this tourist season, ” said the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board, Kristjan Stanicic. In July, the largest number of overnight stays was realized from the German market (4,43 million overnight stays, which represents 87% of overnight stays last July), followed by Slovenia (3,44 million overnight stays, 88% of overnight stays last July), Croatia (2,90 million overnight stays, 81% of overnight stays last July), Poland (1,60 million overnight stays, 79% of overnight stays last July) and the Czech Republic (1,42 million overnight stays, 72% of overnight stays last July).last_img read more