3 dead, 7 wounded after gunmen in New Orleans fire on crowd

3 dead, 7 wounded after gunmen in New Orleans fire on crowd

NEW ORLEANS-Three people are dead and seven more wounded following a shooting in New Orleans.

Police said they responded to reports of a shooting late Saturday, July 28, at a "daiquiri shop" about 3 miles from the southern United States city's famed French Quarter. "So whoever did this, you should know that the law enforcement community takes it personal, so we're coming for you". "A lot of people saw and heard what happened", Harrison said in asking for assistance in solving the crime.

Read the full story from The New Orleans Advocate here. "Firing indiscriminately into a crowd, shooting 10 people, killing three - that's personal", he said.

Three people were killed and another seven injured in a shooting in New Orleans on Saturday, July 28, 2018. He urged anyone affected by Saturday night's carnage to not "take matters into their own hands", saying his officers would work relentlessly to catch those responsible.

A large crowd of people were gathered at the scene before the shooting occurred, police said.

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The city's mayor, LaToya Cantrell, condemned the violence and vowed to "dedicate every resource necessary to ending this horror and seeing justice done". Times-Picayune reported two men were trying to console two sobbing women as one of the women shouted: "That's my baby".

The circumstances surrounding the shooting is also unknown.

"I speak for everyone in our city when I say we are disgusted and infuriated, and we have had more than enough", she wrote. Crimestoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.

"This has to be personal", he said.