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Shootings Reignite Gun-Control Debate in Britain

Time (USA)

3 June 2010

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[T]axi driver Derrick Bird went on a shooting spree in the rural region of Cumbria in northwest England, killing 12 people and injuring 11 others. The massacre began near the village of Lamplugh at 10 a.m., when Bird, 52, shot and killed his twin brother David. Over the next three hours, he drove from village to village in the beautiful Lake District region with his shotgun and .22-cal. rifle, cutting down people at random. Then he drove to his favorite beauty spot and killed himself…

Bird was a licensed gun owner who had held a shotgun license since 1995 and a firearms license since 2007…

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