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Rochester, NY - Shooting at Flour City Station Bar Leaves One Man Dead and Security Guard Injured

Rochester, NY - Shooting at Flour City Station Bar Leaves One Man Dead and Security Guard Injured
Published: June 1, 2023
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on June 1, 2023

Double Shooting at Rochester Bar Leaves One Dead, Security Guard Injured

According to Rochester First, a tragic shooting occurred at Flour City Station located at 170 East Ave, Rochester, NY 14604.

The shooting early Monday morning on May 29, 2023, resulted in one man's death and a security guard's injury. The Rochester Police Department (RPD) confirmed that the shooting occurred during a fight between the suspect and a 41-year-old man.

According to RPD, the altercation escalated rapidly, prompting a security guard to intervene in an attempt to defuse the situation. However, the suspect unexpectedly brandished a firearm and opened fire, striking both the victim and the guard. The authorities promptly responded to the scene after receiving multiple distress calls.

Upon arrival, officers discovered the victim suffering from a gunshot wound to his upper body. Despite their immediate efforts to save his life, the man tragically succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. The injured security guard, who had been transported to Rochester General Hospital, was determined to have suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

The Rochester Police Department is actively investigating the incident, gathering evidence, and interviewing witnesses to piece together the events leading up to the shooting. Authorities are working diligently to identify and apprehend the suspect responsible for this senseless act of violence.

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Who Is Liable for Bar Shootings?

Attorney contributor Laurence Banville represents gun violence victims and families in New York who have lost a loved one in a shooting. During an interview, Laurence discussed when a bar could be held liable for a shooting death or injury.

"Bar shootings have become distressingly common, leaving victims and their families devastated by the consequences of senseless violence. In the aftermath of such tragic events, it is vital to explore the legal rights of bar shooting victims and the avenues available to them for seeking justice and holding those responsible accountable.

Bar and nightclub owners have a duty to maintain a safe environment for both their staff and patrons. This typically involves implementing security measures, such as trained personnel, security cameras, and proactive policies to minimize the risk of violence. When a bar shooting occurs, establishing liability involves demonstrating that the establishment failed to uphold its duty of care. This can be established by showing that the bar owner neglected to take reasonable steps to prevent foreseeable harm.

In addition to criminal proceedings, victims of bar shootings have the right to pursue civil lawsuits against those responsible for the harm they suffered. Civil lawsuits allow victims to seek compensation for their injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, emotional distress, and other damages resulting from the incident. Holding negligent parties accountable through civil lawsuits not only assists victims in their recovery but also acts as a deterrent, encouraging establishments to prioritize the safety of their patrons and staff.

To successfully pursue a lawsuit, victims must establish that the defendant's actions or omissions were the cause of their injuries. This typically involves demonstrating that the defendant breached their duty of care, resulting in harm to the victim. An experienced personal injury attorney can navigate the legal complexities, gather evidence, and build a strong case for the victims or their surviving family members.

Bar shootings are devastating events that leave a lasting impact on the lives of victims and their families. Understanding the legal rights of bar shooting victims is crucial to pursuing justice and accountability. By seeking legal representation from an experienced bar shooting lawyer, victims can obtain compensation for their losses."


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