Chinese student’s death in US heightens gun violence debate

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The death of a Chinese student at Arizona State University in the U.S. recently has heightened the debate over guns in America.

Nineteen-year-old exchange student Jiang Yue was killed when a woman fired multiple shots into her car at a traffic stop light. Reports indicate the 32-year-old suspect, Holly Davis, suffered from depression and also had a criminal record.

CCTV America’s Mark Niu reports.

Chinese student's death in US heightens gun violence debate

The death of a Chinese student at Arizona State University in the U.S. recently has heightened the debate over guns in America. Nineteen-year-old exchange student Jiang Yue was killed when a woman fired multiple shots into her car at a traffic stop light. Reports indicate the 32-year-old suspect, Holly Davis, suffered from depression and also had a criminal record. CCTV America's Mark Niu reports.