The story of 13 people hurt in shooting in Washington, D. C. is making crime and court headlines Monday.
D. C. Police report that 13 people were shot in a drive-by shooting outside an apartment building in northwest Washington early Monday, ABC News reports.
The shooting happened about 2:10 a.m. near the intersection of New York Avenue and North Capitol Street. D. C. police say gunmen in a speeding car shot at a crowd standing outside the building.
Police are looking at surveillance video to try to identify anyone involved in the shooting that left 11 injured. That video is posted on the left. But viewer discretion is advised. D. C. police say shots came from at least two cars seen speeding from the scene.
The most seriously injured had a gunshot wound to the back. But fortunately, none of the injures are life-threatening.
Police say they don’t have a motive yet. Detectives are interviewing witnesses and examining evidence.
"We've got to interview a ton" of witnesses, said Peter Newsham, assistant D.C. police chief.
Police don’t know if all or any of the 13 shooting victims came from a nearby nightclub.
"Whether they came from the club, I'm not sure," Washington, D. C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said. "There is usually a pretty good crowd out here — Saturday night, Sunday night."
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