Rooftop party in Wisconsin ends with 10 people injured in shooting

Authorities have reported that a shooting occurred at a rooftop party in Wisconsin early Sunday, resulting in injuries to at least 10 individuals. As of now, no arrests have been made.

According to the city of Madison, the victims were aged between 14 to 23 years old. Fortunately, none of them sustained life-threatening injuries, but one individual’s condition remains unknown, and they are currently hospitalized as of 4 p.m. on Sunday.

The report stated that not all injuries were caused by gunshots, but it did not provide any further details on the matter.

Around 12:45 a.m., gunshots were heard at the Lux high-rise apartment building on Johnson Street. The officers were en route to the location to investigate a large party happening on the roof when they received a report of shots being fired. They had just arrived in the parking lot when the shooting began.

According to a statement released by the city, as the officers approached the building, numerous individuals could be seen frantically running and screaming in all directions.

In a heroic effort, the officers sprinted up a daunting 12 flights of stairs to provide assistance to those in need.

Initially, the police reported that the suspect in the shooting remains at large and that it seemed to have been a targeted attack.

Authorities reported that detectives were conducting a thorough investigation of the area on Sunday in order to gather evidence.

Madison Area Crime Stoppers is urging anyone with video footage or information related to the shooting incident to come forward and assist with the ongoing investigation. The authorities are seeking assistance from the public to help bring the perpetrators to justice.

According to The Gun Violence Archive, this year alone, there have been over 200 mass shootings in the United States. A mass shooting is defined as an incident where at least four individuals are victimized.

According to the non-profit organization, gun-related incidents have claimed the lives of 7,335 individuals this year, while an additional 13,717 people have been injured.

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