At Least 10 Teens Injured During Tragedy at High School Football Game

Witnesses say they heard shots fired after 'a fight in the stands' a few minutes after the sporting event ended on Friday night

At least 10 teenagers were injured on Friday night when someone opened fire into the crowd during a high school football game between Leflore High School and Williamson High School in Ladd-Peebles Stadium, which is located in Mobile, Alabama.

Mobile Police say at least 10 young people between the ages of 15 and 18 had been shot, local station WKRG reported.

Witnesses say they heard shots fired after “a fight in the stands” a few minutes after the game ended.

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“There are reports of at least six individuals shot at Ladd Peebles Stadium,” reported Fox10TV.

“Mobile Police Chief Lawerence Battiste told the media that at least 10 individuals from age 15 to 18 were injured during the shooting.”

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“He said the victims were transported to local hospitals. One of those injuries was the result of a seizure.”

“A high school football game between Williamson and LeFlore High Schools had ended in a 10-0 victory for Williamson.”

“Mobile County Public School System Director of Communication Rena Philips released the following statement: ‘It is sad that something like this happened at a high school football game, where our athletes were having a good game on the field. We do not know all of the details as this is a Mobile Police investigation, so we will have to refer all further questions to the MPD.'”

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The local news station reported that five of the injured transported by the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department were in critical condition but did not have life-threatening injuries, according to the news station.

Of the remaining five injured, three were transported to a local hospital by private ambulance service, while two were driven to the hospital by private vehicle.

Watch the video above, via Fox10.

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