Pittsburgh shooting: 2 dead, at least 9 injured in East Allegheny neighborhood

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Eleven people were shot in Pittsburgh’s North Side early Sunday morning, and two of the victims, both juveniles, have died, police said.Video shows scene at party where shooting happened: Click the video player above to watch.Pittsburgh Zone 1 officers responded to multiple ShotSpotter alerts around 12:30 a.m. in the 800 block of Suismon Street.Additional shots were being registered in the area as first responders arrived on scene. Police say several young people were observed fleeing the area on foot and by vehicle from an apparent AirBnB property that had been rented on Suismon Street and Madison Avenue. About 200 people were inside at the time, many of them underage, police said.Police commander gives update on shooting: Click the video below to watch.Police say as many as 50 rounds were fired inside, prompting some attendees to jump out the windows, sustaining injuries from their fall such as broken bones and lacerations.Two male juvenile victims were pronounced deceased at the hospital. At least 11 gunshot victims, including the deceased, have been reported.Investigators were gathering evidence from as many as eight crime scenes spanning a few blocks in the area after the shooting in the city’s East Allegheny neighborhood. Police were asking people to avoid the area of East Ohio Street from Madison Avenue to Cedar Avenue. Police say gunshot victims were located at or near the scene and were transported to local hospitals by Pittsburgh EMS and police. Additional gunshot victims arrived at hospitals inside and outside the city by private means, according to police. See raw video from the shooting scene above. There is no information on any suspects at this time.Detectives from Major Crimes are speaking to witnesses and reviewing available video footage. Anyone with more information is asked to call Major Crimes at 412-323-7161.This is a breaking story. Follow @AshleyZilka and @JimWTAE for updates, and download the WTAE mobile app to stay connected with breaking news alerts.

Eleven people were shot in Pittsburgh’s North Side early Sunday morning, and two of the victims, both juveniles, have died, police said.

Video shows scene at party where shooting happened: Click the video player above to watch.

Pittsburgh Zone 1 officers responded to multiple ShotSpotter alerts around 12:30 a.m. in the 800 block of Suismon Street.

Additional shots were being registered in the area as first responders arrived on scene.

Police say several young people were observed fleeing the area on foot and by vehicle from an apparent AirBnB property that had been rented on Suismon Street and Madison Avenue.

About 200 people were inside at the time, many of them underage, police said.

Police commander gives update on shooting: Click the video below to watch.

Police say as many as 50 rounds were fired inside, prompting some attendees to jump out the windows, sustaining injuries from their fall such as broken bones and lacerations.

Two male juvenile victims were pronounced deceased at the hospital. At least 11 gunshot victims, including the deceased, have been reported.

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Investigators were gathering evidence from as many as eight crime scenes spanning a few blocks in the area after the shooting in the city’s East Allegheny neighborhood. Police were asking people to avoid the area of East Ohio Street from Madison Avenue to Cedar Avenue.

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Police say gunshot victims were located at or near the scene and were transported to local hospitals by Pittsburgh EMS and police. Additional gunshot victims arrived at hospitals inside and outside the city by private means, according to police.


See raw video from the shooting scene above.

There is no information on any suspects at this time.

Detectives from Major Crimes are speaking to witnesses and reviewing available video footage. Anyone with more information is asked to call Major Crimes at 412-323-7161.

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You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

This is a breaking story. Follow @AshleyZilka and @JimWTAE for updates, and download the WTAE mobile app to stay connected with breaking news alerts.

This content is imported from Twitter.
You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

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