#BreakingNews 4 Women and 2 Girls Injured after Mass Shooting at Catholic Church in England

A shooting occurred as mourners were leaving a Catholic Church in Euston, in London, England. Police confirmed that six people in total were injured in the attack; four women aged 21, 41, 48 and 54, along with two children aged 12 and seven. The 7-year-old child is in critical condition. The victims were shot as they left the funeral service for British-Colombian cancer victim Sara Sanchez, 20, and her mother Fresia Calderon, 50, outside St Aloysius church on Phoenix Road about 1.30pm on January, 14, 2023.
BBC reports that on January 16th, a 22-year-old man was arrested as a suspect in the shooting.
 Speaking to Sky News, Fr. Jeremy Trood, who celebrated the funeral said, "I was inside the church and suddenly there was an enormous bang and people rushed back into the church screaming and saying shots had been fired."
"There are no words that can describe what had happened and I can't imagine why anybody could possibly do such a thing. There were hundreds of people in the church coming out. It was pandemonium."
Superintendent Jack Rowlands, of the Police, said they think the suspect fired a shotgun from a Toyota C-HR before driving away from the scene.
Fr. Trood told BBC, "Doves were going to be released at the end of the service and I think people were going out to see that."
Sources BBC and Sky News