UPDATE: Arkansas Car Show organizer speaks about shooting incident

Arkansas car show organizer wallace McGehee

Arkansas car show organizer, Wallace McGehee has finally broken his silence following the tragic incident that occurred at his event.

In an interview with KARK 4 News, Wallace McGhee said that Delta Neighborhood Empowerment Youth Organization had been holding the Hood-Nic event for 16 years without any previous incident.

McGhee said that the group was standing behind the community and sharing their condolences with those injured.

Authorities on the scene said the incident did not appear to be a “mass shooter situation.”

There have been wide reports about a shooting incident that occurred at Arkansas Car Show.

The incident took place on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at about 7:25 pm at the Delta NEYO Hood-nic Foundation car show in the town of Dumas, about 85 miles southeast of the state capital of Little Rock.

Subsequent updates revealed that three deaths have been recorded and confirmed with over 20 persons injured, including a baby at the Arkansas Car Show shooting.

The state police did not immediately release the name of the business where the car show was taking place, nor did they say whether any suspects were identified. Dumas is about 80 miles southeast of Little Rock.


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