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Every mass shooting in the US – a visual database

The Guardian: “A normal day in the US involves a mass shooting. Here, we track the incidents since 2014. It’s rare to go one day without a mass shooting in America. Since 2014 the US has averaged more than one mass shooting a day, according to data from the Gun Violence Archive. There is no official definition of “mass shooting”, but this database tracks incidents in which at least four people are shot or killed, not including the shooter. This list includes the high-profile incidents, such as the Parkland shooting, the Orlando shooting and the Atlanta shooting. But thousands of other mass shootings have come and gone like any other day…”

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