At least seven people were injured during a shooting late Friday in Wynwood, Miami, authorities said.
Police officers responding to gunshot detection system alerts in Miami shortly after midnight found many people with what seemed to be gunshot wounds, Kiara Delva, the Miami Police Department’s spokesperson, said.
Some shooting survivors arrived at the hospital on their own, Kiara said.
According to Kiara, six victims were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital, and one other was at the University of Miami Hospital. Their conditions were not known.
The shooting is being investigated, Kiara said. Police issued no information on a possible arrests or suspects.
The attack comes amidst a series of shootings that have started debates around the world on the need for more strict gun laws.
On Thursday, a 58-year-old Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) member opened fire at the San Jose facility, injuring two and killing nine people before dying from what is assumed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said