Arizona police say driving to an outdoor event has injured seven people, including a one-year-old baby who is fighting for his life in critical condition.
It happened Friday night in Mesa in a parking lot of the mall where families gathered for a pop-up event with food trucks and tents, according to reports.
Police said the gunfire came from an SUV that drove off the road and then stopped.
“We just started hearing the shots loudly and after the first shot everyone was like a mess,” one of the victims, Sally Holderbach, told KNVX-TV.
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A bullet hit him in the leg.
Holderback said people with babies began screaming for help. The child remained in critical condition, authorities said Saturday.
Holderbach was one of three adults injured. Aside from the baby, three children, ages 6, 9 and 16, were also injured.
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“The bottom line is this: if those people were a family, a friend, an acquaintance – they crossed the line. They shot the kids and that was unacceptable,” Mesa Police Chief Kevin Cost said. on Saturday, according to Fox 10 Phoenix.
The investigation is ongoing. No arrests have been made yet.