39 people were killed in a shootout between police and assailants at the Westgate shopping mall in Westlands, Nairobi on September 21, according to a statement by Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta. Eyewitnesses reported that multiple armed assailants opened fire in and around the shopping mall, shooting and killing people in their cars and passers by. Police and the Kenyan army secured the area and escorted hostages from the scene. This video shows Kenyan Red Cross staff arriving at the scene. Credit: YouTube/kenyared
Video: Kenyan Red Cross staff arriving at Westgate Mall
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