Multiple fights at one of South Carolina's most risky prisons left at least seven dead and 17 others injured, a prison official said Monday. "They don't have guns", Logan said by phone as he went to a Florence hospital to finish identifying the dead. There were more than 20,400 inmates held in SC facilities previous year, down from a peak of 24,040 inmates held in 2010, state records show.
Lee County Coroner Larry Logan told The Associated Press that he arrived to a chaotic scene of fights everywhere at Lee Correctional Institution.
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Wakulla County Sheriff's Office in their report wrote, "People "joked" about the child's ability to roll joints (for Ecker)". It is unclear if Ecker is the child's mother. "During that time neither parent took the child to immediate emergency care".
All prison staff and law enforcement were safe and accounted for the, Corrections Department said on Twitter. Four inmates were killed by a pair of prisoners in the state's Kirkland Correctional Institution previous year.
Lee County Fire & Rescue says multiple agencies were called into assist with the "mass-casualty incident" at the prison.
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Two officers were stabbed in a fight in 2015, and one inmate killed another in February.
The prison in Bishopville, South Carolina, about 60 miles northeast of Columbia, houses about 1,600 male inmates, according to the state's corrections department. The facility has seen multiple insurrections previously, including less than a month ago when three inmates took an officer hostage briefly and assumed control of part of a dorm, per the newspaper.
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And he chose to take Halliday off, sparking an angry reaction from the midfielder. "I wouldn't have been happy", Murty said. But when it comes to one against one, you have to actually get up closer to your opponent than we did in the first period.
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