Days after the city of Greenwood was struck with tragedy, the community gathered to pray, heal and try to move past last week’s shooting at the Greenwood Park Mall.
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When the first calls about a shooting at the Greenwood Park Mall came into the Johnson County Emergency Communications Center on Sunday, dispatchers were only just beginning their shift.
UpLift Johnson County is asking for donations to support the families of the Greenwood Park Mall shooting victims.
The Greenwood Park Mall reopened its doors two days after a mass shooting unfolded in the food court. The shooting resulted in four deaths, including the gunman’s, and two injuries.
Police are investigating social media posts that a person resembling the Greenwood Park Mall gunman made prior to Sunday’s shooting.
In the aftermath of a mass shooting that left four people dead, including the shooter, and injured two people at the Greenwood Park Mall on Sunday, the greater Greenwood community is coming together to support the victims and those affected.
Police released emotional 911 audio recordings and radio traffic calls from Sunday’s Greenwood Park Mall mass shooting, the first release of audio from the day of the shooting.
A motorcyclist was pronounced dead Wednesday after he was struck near the intersection of County Line Road and Graham Road.