A shooting has left one man dead and five others injured in Lynn, Massachusetts, Saturday evening, according to police. No arrests have yet been announced.
Lynn police were called to the shooting around 5:35 p.m. in the area of Quincy Terrace and Washington Street. Police initially said two of the men who were shot have serious, life-threatening injuries.
Four men were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, according to police. The other two were transported to North Shore Medical Center.
At least two men were found lying on the street after victims scattered down Quincy Terrace and Washington Street. All of the victims are between 20-30 years old. Four have children under the age of five.
The shooting was the result of a music video taping turned violent, according to police.
Lynn resident Virgil Banaver, who said he could smell the gun powder from his porch, allegedly saw one of the victims run by him after being shot.
"He was running in the middle of the street trying to stop cars and he ran right by me screaming, 'Call 911! I've been shot! I've been shot!' So I called 911," Banaver said.
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The suspects are still at large, according to police.
The incident remains under investigation.
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