There is a gay club in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.
The day before yesterday, as usual, a large number of gays had gathered in this entertainment venue and were enjoying themselves with alcohol, dancing and singing.
Apart from this, preparations were also underway to hold special programs on the occasion of International Transgender Day.
As a result, the amusement park was running very busy. Then a mysterious person who came there suddenly opened fire on the people in the entertainment hall.
Because of this, huge hurry-burry began there. Everyone in the funhouse ran here and there, screaming for their lives. But the assailant kept firing the gun.
More than 30 people were shot in the body and collapsed in a pool of blood. 5 of them died tragically on the spot.
One of the customers then bravely confronted the assailant and wrested the gun from him. He then hit him with the same gun and knocked him to the ground.
After that, another customer grabbed the mysterious man who fell to the floor.
The police are very appreciative
Meanwhile, after receiving information about the shooting, the police rushed to the entertainment venue within minutes.
They arrested the mysterious man who was being held by the customers. Later, the injured persons were rescued and sent to nearby hospitals by ambulances.
The police also praised the 2 customers who bravely hugged the assailant without fearing for their lives.
The person who made the bomb threat
The police also said that this heroic act of theirs prevented a large loss of life. Also, many people, including the mayor of Colorado Springs, the governor of the state and the owner of the entertainment center where the incident took place, have thanked and congratulated the two customers.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that the person arrested in the initial investigation by the police is 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich, who was already brought to the attention of the police in the incident of a bomb threat last year.
Joe Biden condemned
The police are actively investigating him about the background of this shooting. US President Joe Biden has strongly condemned the shooting and said that Americans should not tolerate hatred.
In 2016, 49 people were killed in a shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, making it the deadliest mass shooting in American history.