2 hurt in high school football game shooting

At least two people shot at US high school football game - reports

At least 2 injured in NJ high school football game shooting

No clarification has been given on if the game will be finished, however we can confirm that no students from either team were injured in the shooting, authorities have also said they have found thew weapon, but no suspect has been charged.

"As a result, an innocent child was caught and injured in their crossfire", Tyner added.

Thirty-one-year-old Alvin Wyatt of Atlantic City has been charged with three counts of attempted murder, unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for an unlawful goal.

Alvin Wyatt, 31, of Atlantic City was charged with three counts of attempted murder, unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for an unlawful objective, according to the Atlantic County prosecutor, Damon G. Tyner.

Pleasantville Police Captain Matt Hartman says someone opened fire at Pleasantville High School on Friday night during a home game against Camden High School. He is in stable condition and will be undergoing surgery.

A man was also injured and was taken to an area hospital in serious condition. They are Michael Mack, 27, Tyrell Dorn, 28, Shahid Dixon, 27, all of Atlantic City, and Vance Golden, 26, of Pleasantville.

Shocking footage shows people running for their lives during shooting at a high school football game in the US.




Parents were forced to hold their babies and young children tight during the chaotic scene, so they wouldn't be trampled by the panicked crowd, according to Jonathan Diego, who was at the game on Friday.

Diego said his friend, a retired paramedic, gave first aid to the young boy who was shot.

"We are receiving information regarding exactly what happened and who is involved however obviously this is an ongoing investigation and at this time we are not prepared to release any information on that", Riggins said during a short news conference following the shooting.

"Coach was telling us get down but we didn't want to get down". "We wanted to get somewhere safe, so we ran up the hill, got through the fence and kept banging on the (locker room) door". Football players and referees, meanwhile, can be seen running away or flattening themselves against the field.

Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday night was "a stark reminder that no community is immune from gun violence".

"Grateful for our first responders".

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