According to authorities, three individuals were shot on Saturday at an amusement park in Pennsylvania; a search is currently underway to find the shooter.
A fight between two groups of male youths near the Musik Express ride at the Kennywood amusement park in West Mifflin resulted in three injuries, one of which was a male juvenile, an Allegheny County police official said during a news conference.
The spokesman claimed that at least fired”two bullets were,” adding that the male child was in stable condition and that a guy had been treated and released. Injuries to the third individual were being treated.
The gunman, who was described as a Black male wearing a black Covid-style mask, is still being sought after, according to a police spokesman.
He added that as individuals raced to exit, there may have been minor injuries to some other persons from trampling. He didn’t have a precise figure.
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The park in southeast Pittsburgh reportedly used metal detectors to check luggage at the door. The park stated that it was “working with local law enforcement” in a statement.
The statement read, “The safety of our guests and team members is our primary priority.” “Police from West Mifflin, Allegheny County, and the park’s security were already on the scene and responded immediately.