Pennsylvania: At least 10 victims being treated for gunshot injuries following shooting incidents

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At least 10 victims are being treated in Pittsburgh for gunshot injuries following reports of multiple shots fired on the southeast side of the city, police said.

“Multiple shots have been fired in East Allegheny with several gunshot victims,” Pittsburgh Public Safety tweeted, calling the ongoing situation a “very active scene.”

An hour later, the Public Safety said at least 10 people had been shot in separate instances and were receiving treatment at a local hospital.

The scene of a shooting incident on April 17, 2022. 

The scene of a shooting incident on April 17, 2022.  (Pittsburg Public Safety/@PghPublicSafety)

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“As many as 10 gunshot victims are being treated at area hospitals, three of them critical,” Public Safety said.

The victims include at least two males, who arrived at the hospital in critical condition, police said. Another victim was in stable condition, they added.

BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES:  A Pennsylvania State Police Trooper guards the entrance to a service road leading to the area of the crash site of a twin engine aircraft that crashed 21 May, 2000, near Bear Creek Township in northeast Pennsylvania about 10 miles (16kms) south of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. The British Aerospace Jetstream 31 travelling from Atlantic City, New Jersey, to Wilkes-Barre crashed while trying to land, killing all 19 people aboard, federal aviation officials said.   AFP PHOTO/Tom MIHALEK (Photo credit should read TOM MIHALEK/AFP via Getty Images)

BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP, UNITED STATES:  A Pennsylvania State Police Trooper guards the entrance to a service road leading to the area of the crash site of a twin engine aircraft that crashed 21 May, 2000, near Bear Creek Township in northeast Pennsylvania about 10 miles (16kms) south of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. The British Aerospace Jetstream 31 travelling from Atlantic City, New Jersey, to Wilkes-Barre crashed while trying to land, killing all 19 people aboard, federal aviation officials said.   AFP PHOTO/Tom MIHALEK (Photo credit should read TOM MIHALEK/AFP via Getty Images) (Photo credit should read TOM MIHALEK/AFP via Getty Images)

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The status of the other victims is not immediately known.

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