‘Cruel, unfair and meaningless’ – Danish Prime Minister condemns Fields shooting, while thousands pay tribute

Thousands attended a memorial service last night to honor the victims of Sunday’s shooting at Field’s mall, which killed three people and injured several others.

“Cruel, unfair and meaningless. Tonight we all mourn,” told the crowd gathered outside Field’s.

“We share your pain
“We send warm thoughts and sympathy to you who are relatives who may be waiting in uncertainty for signs of life, and most of all to you who have lost one of your loved ones,” the Prime Minister said.

A boy and a girl, both 17 years old, and a 46-year-old Russian man were killed in the attack, and four people were seriously injured.

“No words, no actions can compensate for your loss. The suffering you are going through right now is unbearable,” said Prime Minister Frederiksen. “But you must know that the whole of is with you. We mourn with you, we share your pain.”

Injured in stable condition
All four people who were seriously injured in the shooting are now in stable condition, the Capital Region informs TV2 on Tuesday afternoon.

However, they are not out of the woods yet, as the has said that the condition of the injured can still worsen.

According to the Police, the seriously injured consisted of two Danish female citizens aged 19 and 40, a male Swedish citizen aged 50 and a female Swedish citizen aged 16.

Investigation initiated
The Ministry of Health and the Capital Region of Denmark are launching an investigation into the suspect’s psychiatric history. Ministry of Health in a press release .

“The specific circumstances behind this tragic event need to be investigated further,” said Health Minister . “I have therefore agreed with the Capital Region of Denmark that they initiate a thorough professional coverage of the suspected perpetrator’s contact with . We must do everything to learn from the concrete process. ”

Once the investigation is completed, recommendations will be made regarding any further action necessary to prevent such tragedies in the future.

Source: The Nordic Page

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