Milwaukee mass shooting: 17 injured

Milwaukee police say 17 people were shot dead in the area of ​​North Water Street and East Juno Avenue around 11:10 a.m. Friday. Investigators said the victims were 15-47 years old. Police expect all to survive. Police have arrested 10 people in the case and recovered nine firearms from the scene. The mass shooting came about two hours after three people were shot dead near MLK & Highland. 11,000 people gathered in the evening to watch Bucks play in the 6th match of the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office told WISN 12 that it was not invited to either scene. Police have not identified anyone involved. What led to the mass shooting. Mayor Gavalier Johnson was expected to speak at noon on Saturday about the shooting. No other details have been released. Anyone with information about the shooting was asked to contact Milwaukee police on 414-935-7360 or to continue. Contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 414-224-Tips or P3 Tips App. WISN 12 News will update this story as soon as the details are available.

Milwaukee police say 17 people were shot dead in the area of ​​North Water Street and East Juno Avenue around 11:10 a.m. Friday.

Investigators said the victims were 15-47 years old. Police expect everyone to survive.

Police said they have arrested 10 people in the case and recovered nine firearms from the scene.

The mass shooting took place almost two hours later Three people were shot near MLK & Highland.

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The two shootings took place near Deer County, where 11,000 people gathered in the evening to watch Bucks at the Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 6.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office said WISN 12 was not invited to either scene.

Police have not identified anyone involved.

They did not say what caused the mass shooting.

Mayor Gavalier Johnson was expected to speak at noon on Saturday about the shooting.

No other details have been released.

Anyone with information about the shooting should contact Milwaukee Police on 414-935-7360 or contact Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS or P3 TIPS App to remain anonymous.

WISN 12 News will update this story as soon as the details are available.

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