Two people were killed in a shooting that occurred overnight in Sydney’s south-west.
At approximately nine o’clock in the evening, emergency personnel were summoned to Weston Street in Revesby in response to reports of shots being fired.
Neighbor Peter Aitkin was standing in front of his house when he spotted a procession of fast-moving autos approaching from a distance.
According to what he stated, “three automobiles rushed down the street to my right and drove off in front of me.”
“Many of the males were heard groaning in their seats. Something was clearly upsetting them, and it was obvious.
Several others came out of their cars and appeared to be infuriated when they saw what was going on.
He stated that individuals were walking from one vehicle to the next.
“The men spoke in a language that was foreign to me,” the author writes.
At roughly the same time, he heard what sounded like police sirens off in the distance.
“When the first police car pulled up, two officers got out, and the situation became much more peaceful after that.”
Aitkin claims that he did not hear any gunshots and thought that they took place in another location because he did not hear them. He saw two injured women being taken out of one of the automobiles by police officers. All of this took place in front of him.
According to what he shared, “These two police officers went after the lady and had such a difficult time with her.”
The woman, who was 39 years old, was in critical condition when she arrived to Liverpool Hospital, but she did not survive after being admitted there.
In addition, a male and a female passenger in the vehicle both sustained injuries.
Peter added, “I carried the flower out, and the police put it on the lady who was laying here on the footpath.” “I brought the flower out, and the police put it on the lady.”
Residents in nearby Panania reported hearing an explosion and seeing a towering column of smoke after the car was deliberately set on fire.
Despite their best attempts, the woman, who was 48 years old, was found to have died at the scene from gunshot wounds.
To this point, four wrecked cars that were set on fire have been found, and forensic experts are currently examining them.
Police are looking into them regardless of whether or not there is a connection to the shootings.
More to come.