Cetiña (Montenegro) shooting deaths rise to 11 following alleged family dispute

At least 11 people have died, some of them minors, and six others have been wounded as a result of a shooting, allegedly following a family dispute registered this Friday in the town of Cetiña, in southwestern Montenegro, local media report.

According to preliminary police reports, accessed by local daily ‘Vijesti’, a 34-year-old man began to open fire indiscriminately on several people in the Medovina neighborhood before being shot dead by another citizen, prosecutor Andrijana Nastic told ‘Vijesti’.

The incident, which occurred near the Government House, has added among the wounded a police officer, who has also been transferred to the Clinical Center of Montenegro in stable condition.

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The mentioned media, the Montenegrin Prime Minister, Dritan Abazovic, will go to the area to visit the injured in the hospital together with other local and national authorities.

The Montenegrin government has declared three days of mourning from this Saturday until Monday, the RTCG channel reports.

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