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Killeen, Texas - Hangover Club Shooting Leaves One Woman Wounded

one woman wounded in hangover club shooting
Published: May 22, 2021
By: Alyssa Alvarez
Last Updated on May 22, 2021

Shooting at Killeen's Hangover Club Hospitalizes 1 Woman 

According to KWTX, in the early hours of May 16th, a shooting occurred at the Hangover Club, located at 104 W. Elms Road Killeen, TX 76542.

After gunshots were fired, police were called to the scene and found a woman wounded. Although in critical condition, the victim was stable and able to be taken to Baylor Scott and White hospital.

Police came to discover that the female victim and another individual were shot at numerous times by a male suspect as he approached them, according to KXXV.

The second victim suffered extremely minor injuries. The alleged shooter was last sporting a black hoodie, red shirt, and black bottoms with black and white shoes.

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Legal Options of Victims Shot at a Club or Bar

Attorney contributor Anjali Nigam, an experienced violent crimes attorney, licensed in Texas, has represented shooting victims and their families in numerous civil lawsuits. In an interview with Anjali, he offers his experience regarding the legal options and rights of victims shot at a club:

"Owners of private property like bars and clubs need to ensure the safety of those paying for their services. These services must include providing a protected environment for all patrons and customers as it is a legal obligation and should be a given. In order for club owners to instill the proper settings and spaces for their businesses, security measures like guards, lighting throughout the premises, and experienced staff are necessary at all times. When injuries happen on club property, the owners and management in some cases can be deemed liable within a civil lawsuit."

"When a crime is deemed as reasonably foreseeable by a court of law, the owner of a club or bar can be considered liable in cases of violent shootings. As crime rates have upticks in specific areas, private property owners must be aware and increase security measures to provide an overall safe environment. If this does not occur and owners make no alterations, crimes on that property would be foreseeable. In such cases, negligence could have overpowered the owner. When negligence cases are brought to the forefront, victims and their families should bring an experienced attorney into play as they may have grounds for a civil lawsuit and receive compensation for damages."



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My name is Alyssa Alvarez, and I am a senior at NYU majoring in Public Health and Sociology with a minor in Genetics. I am interested in healthcare research, sports media and social injustices.
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