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Tragic Mistake: Five Teens Arrested in Fatal Texas Drive-By Shooting at Wrong AirBnb

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In a devastating turn of events near Fort Worth, Texas, a 25-year-old woman, Novita Brazil, lost her life in a drive-by shooting that targeted the wrong house. The incident occurred at an AirBnb residence where Brazil was staying, resulting in her immediate death due to the gunfire, Your Content has learned.

Authorities have reported that the tragic event unfolded when two teenagers, aged 14 and 15, mistakenly unleashed over 100 rounds into the property, believing it to be their intended target. The sheer volume of gunfire highlights the grave nature of their intended act, which went horribly wrong.

Following the shooting, the young gunmen attempted to flee the scene in a stolen vehicle, leading law enforcement on a 10-mile chase before their eventual capture. Alongside the two shooters, three additional teenagers, aged 14, 15, and 17, have been arrested in connection with the crime.

The Fort Worth Police Department has noted a chilling lack of remorse from the suspects upon their arrest, underscoring the senseless violence of their actions. The community is left reeling from the shock of such a brutal and arbitrary loss of life, raising serious concerns about youth crime and gun violence,‘according to FLIPBOARD.

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