Three fired at over retail outlet in St. Petersburg
A market spot caused a fight between immigrants from neighboring countries.
Three citizens of Uzbekistan were hospitalized with gunshot wounds after a fight between two groups of immigrants from neighboring countries in St. Petersburg. The incident occurred at about two in the afternoon; the parties did not want to share an outlet in the market. One of the participants in the conflict fired a traumatic pistol four times, Fontanka reports.
The shooting was heard at the 49th hangar of the wholesale base at 52 Salova, in the south of St. Petersburg. Conflicts have occurred in the area before, such as the one in May, when four people were stabbed.
Four Azerbaijani citizens drove off in a gray BMW after the shooting; police are identifying them.