8 Shot 2 Dead Near Rutgers University NJ Sunday Morning

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ. (THECOUNT) — 8 people were shot, two of those dead, during a shooting overnight in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

The New Brunswick Police Department says the mass casualty event occurred Sunday at dwelling in New Brunswick.

Officials say, officers arrived to a call of shots fired at 32 Delafield Street in New Brunswick, around 1:20 a.m. Sunday.

Police determined that one or more suspect opened fire striking multiple individuals at the home.

The injured were rushed to several area hospitals where at least were pronounced dead of gunshot injuries.

The Middlesex County Prosecutor reported that two of the 8 victims died at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.

Police had no information on possible suspects but say the shooting had no affiliation with nearby Rutgers University or its students.

The New Brunswick Police Department asked that anyone with information to call the NBPD’s Detective Bureau at 732-745-5217.


Geo quick facts: Middlesex County is a county located in north-central New Jersey, United States. In 2019, the Census Bureau estimated the county’s population at 825,062, making it the state’s second-most populous county, an increase of 4.1% from 809,858 in the 2010 census – Wikipedia.

Tracy Morgan GRAVE COND After PARTY BUS Crash

Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was critically injured after a party bus he was traveling in was involved in a horrendous six vehicle crash that left at least one person dead. That person was on Morgan’s bus.

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Morgan is reportedly in critical condition at a New Brunswick hospital following an accident on the New Jersey Turnpike, according to the New Jersey State Police. Continue reading

Canadian Killer Posts Megadeth Lyrics On Facebook Before Shootings

On the run fugitive, Justin Bourque, a 24 year-old Canadian who is suspected of killing three RCMP officers and wounding two others near Moncton, NB, cited lyrics to Megadeth‘s “Hook In My Mouth” on his Facebook page prior to going off on this alleged killing spree.

Bourque is still on the run and is considered armed and dangerous and last seen wearing camouflage.


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Canada Prints Wrong Maple Leaf On New Bills

The Bank of Canada may have a cool new-fangled plastic banknote, but spot-checkers missed one very important foliage fact. Instead of using the beloved sugar maple leaf, the bills are emblazoned with Norway’s version, say botanists.
The sugar maple, appearing on Canada’s cherished national flag, was accidentally left off the new currency, and the Norway maple set in its place.

The not-so-sweet maple leaf makes its dubious debute on Canada’s new $20, $50 and $100 bills.

“The maple leaf (on the currency) is the wrong species,” said Sean Blaney, a botanist for the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Center in New Brunswick.


Apparently, the Norway maple has more spines or lobes and has a more pronounced and pointed outline than the sugar maple, and the lobe that rises in the center is shorter than the sugar maple.

The Norway maple is no stranger to Canada, after being imported from Europe it is probably the most popular tree along streets in central and eastern Canada.

“It has naturalized to Canada,” Blaney said. But it’s not the grand sugar maple.

The BOC has made no immediate plans to commission designers to correct the banknotes.

The costly mistake comes on the heels of another faux pas back in August when Bank officials were forced to apologize after they replaced the picture of an Asian man on its new C$100 banknote with a woman who looked more Caucasian.