- A tourist from New York died from injuries sustained in a mass shooting in Austin on Saturday.
- 14 people were injured when multiple shots were fired in Austin’s entertainment district.
- There is no update on the condition of another individual who was in critical condition.
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One of the 14 people who were injured in Saturday’s mass shooting in Austin, Texas died on Sunday, Austin Police said in a statement.
Douglas John Kantor, 25, died from his injures around noon, police said. The Austin-Statesman reported that Kantor was a tourist from New York.
Multiple shots fired near a restaurant in Austin’s entertainment district around 1:24 a.m. left at least two people in critical condition as of Saturday afternoon.
Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon said “almost all” of those injured were innocent bystanders. Chacon also said he believed the shooting was an “isolated incident between two parties.”
Late on Saturday, police arrested one of the suspects in the shooting but the second suspect is still at large. The outlet also reported that the arrested suspect is a juvenile but it’s unclear what charges they will face.