Shooting in downtown Savannah leaves 11 injured

Late on Saturday, a shooting incident occurred in downtown Savannah, Georgia, resulting in eleven individuals sustaining injuries, according to authorities.

According to WSAV-TV, officers were called to Ellis Square near the intersection of W. Congress Lane and Barnard Street at around 11:55 p.m. EDT, following reports of gunfire.

According to WTOC-TV, the police have confirmed that all the victims, who were adults, received medical treatment and were then taken to a nearby hospital. As reported by WJCL-TV, the age of the victims ranged from 20 to 38.

According to the television station, all the victims sustained injuries that were deemed non-life-threatening.

According to a news release by the Savannah Police Department, there have been no reported fatalities as a result of the incident. The police have conducted interviews with multiple witnesses and gathered evidence at the scene.

A dispute between two women escalated and spilled over into Ellis Square, resulting in several individuals firing weapons, as reported by WTOC.

Surveillance video is currently under review by officials, but as of Sunday, no arrests have been made.

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