Shooting in Savannah, Georgia leaves 11 people injured

Eleven people were injured in a shooting that took place on Saturday night in the downtown area of Savannah, Georgia. The local police are currently conducting an investigation into the incident.

Gunfire erupted in Ellis Square, a beloved destination in Savannah’s historic district and a favorite among tourists. According to a news release by the Savannah Police Department, multiple precincts swiftly responded to reports of the shooting at 11:55 p.m. on Saturday night.

Detectives were actively investigating the incident at the time and had conducted interviews with witnesses as part of their ongoing investigation. As of now, the Savannah police have not yet identified any suspects or made any arrests in connection with the case.

All the individuals affected by the shooting, including those who sustained gunshot wounds, are adults, as confirmed by the police department. Some of them were taken to Memorial Health University Medical Center for treatment. While the nature and severity of their injuries have not been disclosed, the authorities have stated that no fatalities have been reported thus far.

According to CBS affiliate WTOC, authorities have reported that at least 10 individuals were injured in the shooting incident. Fortunately, all 11 victims received prompt medical attention for their wounds, which were determined to be non-life-threatening.

If you have any information regarding the shooting, please contact Crime Stoppers at 912-234-2020, as requested by the police.

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