Five people were critically hurt in a drive-by shooting outside a Shreveport liquor store.
Caddo 911 dispatch records show it happened at 8:43 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, on Mansfield Road.
One person was shot in a store. The other four were outside when they were shot.
Authorities on the scene described their wounds as life-threatening.
Video from the shooting below:
BREAKING: Mass shooting in Shreveport, Louisiana, at least 5 people shot. pic.twitter.com/s0ALA9fMzF
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Five people were hospitalized after being shot and injured in Shreveport, Louisiana, CBS-affiliated television station KSLA reported late on Sunday, the third multiple shooting reported in the United States with 24 hours.
In a briefing to local news outlets, police said they were in the first stages of investigating the incident, without confirming the number of people admitted to hospital nor their condition.
Police officers were responding to traffic congestion reports when shots were heard, a police spokesman told reporters. “We responded this evening to a traffic congestion and during that congestion, numerous shots were fired,” the spokesman said.
One victim was shot in the head, while another suffered multiple gunshot wounds, according to local news outlet Love Shreveport-Bossier.
Police say they are looking for a white Ford car.
Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,000 for information that leads to the identification and arrest of those responsible for this crime.
Every mainstream media already calls for a mass shooting but this is still not confirmed that’s why we highlighted the “mass shooting” part in our headline.
As expected, Democrats are looking past the fact that the Shreveport drive-by that looks like a gang-related situation, highly likely that no one who was shooting was licensed to carry.
Still, as we said nothing is confirmed so far!
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.
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