US: unknowns open fire at children's sports event, people injured
Shots rang out during the second match of a football game between local school teams.
Two teenagers sustained gunshot wounds during shooting at a football match between school teams in Philadelphia.
Unknowns opened fire at the Marcus Foster Memorial Stadium on September 20. All people were urgently evacuated from the event.
Two teenagers, 14 and 15, sustained gunshot wounds and were hospitalized. Doctors assess their condition as stable.
Shooters were also taken to hospitals, law enforcement officials told reporters. There is currently no information about their arrest.
DEVELOPING: Philadelphia police responding to shots fired outside a high school football game.— George Solis (@GeorgeSolis) September 21, 2019
Happened near Germantown & W Hunting Park next to Marcus Foster Memorial Stadium. Witnesses tell me the game was in the 2nd quarter.@6abc pic.twitter.com/Sxk0geAHNv