20 were injured in several shootings in downtown Milwaukee after an NBA playoff game

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Milwaukee police say 17 people were injured in two shootings in downtown Milwaukee near an entertainment district where thousands watched Bucks play with the Celtics in the 6th game of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinals, authorities said. None of the damage from Friday night’s shooting failed. The game was thought to be life-threatening. The first shooting, involving three victims, took place near the Deer area, an entertainment area with many bars and restaurants, where large crowds often gather to watch major sporting events. two people to the hospital, a 30-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl, and a third person went to the hospital. Police said the 29-year-old man is in custody. The second shooting took place two hours later, bringing the total number of wounded to 17. According to investigators, the age of the victims ranged from 15 to 47 years. Police expect everyone to survive. Graphic warning: The video below includes footage from a mobile phone that captures the sounds of gunshots fired at the time of the shooting. There were no immediate indications as to whether the two shootings were related or involving fans watching the game. The Milwaukee Forensic Service told a WISN affiliate station that she had not been summoned to any stage. Police did not identify any of the participants. They also did not say what led to the mass shooting. Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson was expected to speak at noon Saturday about the shooting. This is the main news. Stay tuned.

Milwaukee police say 17 people were injured in two shootings in downtown Milwaukee near the entertainment district, where thousands watched Bucks play with the Celtics in the 6th game of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinals, authorities said.

None of the injuries sustained in the shooting after Friday night’s game were life-threatening.

The first shooting involving the three victims took place near the Deer District – an entertainment area with many bars and restaurants, where large numbers of people often gather to watch major sporting events.

The Milwaukee Fire Department said authorities took two people to the hospital, a 30-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl, and a third man went to the hospital. Police said the 29-year-old man is in custody.

The second shooting took place two hours later, bringing the total number of wounded to 17.

According to the investigation, the age of the victims is from 15 to 47 years. Police expect everyone to survive.

Graphic warning: the video below includes footage from a mobile phone that captures the sound of shots at the time of firing

Police say they arrested ten people in these cases, nine guns were taken from the scene.

It was not immediately clear whether the two shootings were related to or involving fans watching the game.

The Milwaukee Forensics Bureau told the WISN home station that it had not been summoned to any scene.

Police did not find anyone involved. They also did not say what led to the mass shooting.

Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson was expected to talk at noon Saturday about the shooting.

This is the latest news. Stay tuned.

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