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4 killed in a shooting at football field in United States

International Desk
United States
Four people have been killed in a shooting at a high school field in the US state of Alabama. They were shot as they exited the stadium after a game in a mobile area on Friday night, local time.

CNN reported this news on Saturday quoting the officials.

The shootings took place at the Lad-Pebbles Sports and Entertainment Complex in Mobile. At a media briefing outside the stadium, Mobile Police Chief Paul Prince said two of the four people killed in Friday night's shootings were teenagers. In addition, the condition of one more person is critical.

Paul Prin said three injured people and a woman were taken to a local hospital. The condition of one of them is critical. However, Gender or age was not disclosed on Friday. Police are working to identify those killed in the shootings, said Police Chief Paul Prince.

Paul Prince said the football game between Williamson High School and Wigger High School has been closed since then. No shots were fired from inside the stadium.

However, he has not yet said anything about the cause of the shootings. However, the idea is that two people may be involved in this incident.

"We think more than one person is involved," he said.

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