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Mid Night Curfew in Miami Beach After Two Fatal Shootings

Curfew Imposed in Miami Beach After Two Fatal Shootings

Miami Beach Declares State of Emergency and Imposes Curfew Following Fatal Shootings

The City of Miami Beach has declared a state of emergency and imposed a curfew in response to two fatal shootings and excessively large and unruly crowds during Spring Break celebrations. The curfew will take effect on Sunday, March 19, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. and last until 6 a.m. on Monday, March 20, 2023. The city will also hold a special commission meeting on Monday afternoon to discuss potential restrictions beyond Monday.

The decision to declare a state of emergency and impose a curfew comes after violence broke out in the popular South Beach area on Friday, amid St. Patrick’s Day festivities and Spring Break celebrations, leaving one person dead and another injured. Four firearms were recovered from the scene. On Sunday morning, another fatal shooting occurred, leaving one male dead and another injured.

To mitigate dangerous and illegal conduct, the city manager plans to impose additional restrictions from March 23 through March 27. Last year, the City of Miami Beach similarly imposed a midnight curfew after two Spring Break shootings.

Details of the Miami Beach Shooting Incident and Restrictions Imposed

The recent incidents have highlighted the need for increased safety measures during Spring Break festivities. The City of Miami Beach is committed to ensuring the safety of its residents and visitors and will continue to take action to address any threats to public safety.

As we await further updates from the authorities, let us keep the victims and their families in our thoughts and prayers. It is time for everyone to come together and work towards creating a safer environment for all.


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