Families flee as gunmen open fire on church congregation

| April 28, 2011

Terrified churchgoers, including young families, fled for their lives when gunmen sprayed bullets into a crowd leaving a south London service.

Two men opened fire outside the New Testament Church of God off Brixton Hill in Lambeth as more than 600 people, including the Jamaican High Commissioner and four families christening young children, made their way out of the building on Easter Sunday.

Up to 10 shots were reportedly fired into the group in what is believed to have been part of a feud between two rival gangs. There were claims that one gunman tried to enter the church to target a young member of the congregation.



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