A police officer who witnessed the aftermath of a shootout between rival biker gangs in Texas has described it as “one of the most gruesome crime scenes” he has seen in more than three decades.
Sergeant W. Patrick Swanton said the Twin Peaks restaurant was littered with dead bodies, bullet casings, knives, weapons, shattered glass and pools of blood on Sunday night.
At least nine people were killed when fighting broke out between up to 200 bikers who gathered for a meeting in the city of Waco.
Around 100 suspects have been detained and 18 people were injured in the brawl that sent families fleeing from the suburban shopping centre.
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