Residents pay respects by placing flowers for the victims of the mosques attacks at the Botanical Garden in Christchurch on March 16, 2019. "One leg of an injured needed to be amputated while another suffered bullet injuries in his chest", Rahman Bhuiyan said. That's according to Muath Elyan, Mohammed's brother, who said he spoke to Mohammed's wife after the shooting.
New Zealand police described the footage shot by the gunman - which AFP has verified, but is not distributing - as "extremely distressing" and warned web users that they could be liable for up to 10 years in jail for sharing such "objectionable content". "He enjoyed freedom there and never complained about anything", Muath told The Associated Press. She also said, "From Charleston, to Pittsburgh, Texas, Oak Creek, New Zealand and many places in between, white supremacists are targeting places of worship to push their violent, racist and terrorist agenda".
"I am advised that the hospital is well-equipped and coping well", she said. Mark Nichols told the New Zealand Herald that he heard about five gunshots and that a worshipper returned fire with a rifle or shotgun.
Ardern said she had asked authorities to look into whether there was any activity on social media or elsewhere ahead of the attack that should have alerted them. Indian officials have not said whether the nine were believed to be living in Christchurch. "In fact they were now based in Dunedin". In addition, 48 people have been injured and are now being treated at a Christchurch hospital.
"Active shooter drills, situational awareness train our ushers and greeters about how to lock down the facility, where our evacuation routes are in the building", Orsini said. Forty-eight people were being treated in the hospital.
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The man's wife, Alta Marie, posted on Facebook that her husband and their son are both alive, but wounded.
"They were not on any watchlists either here or in Australia", she said.
YouTube star Pewdiepie made an effort to distance himself from a perpetrator in the fatal Christchurch, New Zealand mosque shootings after the attacker reportedly called out "subscribe to Pewdiepie" during the terror incident.
The shooting was live-streamed on Facebook, with the suspect killing 49 people and wounding more than 40 at two mosques before getting arrested by police. The gunman in question demonstrated ties to numerous extreme-right ideologies and individuals in his manifesto and livestream of the attack, during which he mentioned the YouTuber.
One man who said he was at the Al Noor mosque told media the gunman burst into the mosque as worshippers were kneeling for prayers.