Milwaukee Gas Station Shooting Leaves Two Children Injured

Milwaukee Gas Station Shooting Leaves Two Children Injured
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A hor­rif­ic shoot­ing unfold­ed on Wednes­day after­noon at a BP gas sta­tion in Mil­wau­kee. Two chil­dren, ages 4 and 9, were among the four vic­tims tar­get­ed in the attack.

The inci­dent occurred around 2:30 pm at the sta­tion locat­ed at 60th and Okla­homa. Sur­veil­lance footage cap­tured three indi­vid­u­als, pos­si­bly armed with a long gun, approach­ing the scene before the shoot­ing. Wit­ness­es report­ed hear­ing a bar­rage of gun­fire, with esti­mates of around 15 shots echo­ing through the neighborhood.

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All four vic­tims were rushed to the hos­pi­tal. While the chil­dren are expect­ed to sur­vive, the two adults, aged 33 and 28, sus­tained life-threat­en­ing injuries.

Police are search­ing for the mul­ti­ple sus­pects involved, but have yet to dis­close the iden­ti­ties of the vic­tims or a clear motive for the attack. Author­i­ties have con­firmed they believe the inci­dent was targeted.

The shoot­ing has left the Mil­wau­kee com­mu­ni­ty reel­ing, par­tic­u­lar­ly res­i­dents like Tra­cy Fron­czak, who expressed fear for the safe­ty of chil­dren play­ing near­by. “It’s so scary,” Fron­czak told WISN.

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