The location of the Norsborg shooting, Sweden. Photo: Google Maps
Young Swedish girl shot dead at McDonalds in gang violence
The young girl, Adriana (12) was shot dead on the night before Sunday at a petrol station in southern Stockholm - an innocent victim of Sweden's gang violence. She would have turned 13 in September.
The 12-year-old girl was shot dead at a petrol station in Norsborg in Botkyrka municipality south of Stockholm. The shooting is believed to have been a drive-by shooting where gang criminals opened fire on other gang members but missed and instead killed the young girl.
According to information from Swedish Television, Adriana was out walking the dog when she was killed. She lived near the McDonald’s restaurant with her mother and father.
While the girl was at the restaurant, a car suddenly appeared and gunfire broke out. The intended targets were men in bulletproof vests who were at the McDonald’s. Adriana ended up in the middle of the firefight, and was hit by bullets. The young girl was taken to hospital but her life could not be saved and she died on Sunday morning.
The incident has received a lot of attention in the Polish media because Adriana’s mother is Polish. Both the Polish public service company TVP and the evening newspaper Super Express have made Adriana’s name public. Swedish media have instead chosen not to.
At two o’clock this afternoon, a memorial service will be held at the place where Adriana was shot dead. The police have not yet managed to arrest anyone for the murder.
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