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Ten people were taken into custody after 17 were shot in Milwaukee Friday night near the Bucks-Celtics basketball game, police said Saturday.
Nine firearms were recovered from the scene, after dozens were seen fleeing, Milwaukee police said.
“Everyone started running,” witness Brittany Bergstrom, who was at a nearby restaurant, told FOX 6 in Milwaukee. “There was a stampede, people running into the bushes, hats, shoes on the ground, drinks spilled everywhere.”
She said her boyfriend pushed her behind a brick wall, “and if I hadn’t, this outcome would be very different. And that’s all I know and everyone ran away and I kept running.”
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The victims of the shooting are expected to survive. They were aged between 15 and 47 years.
Milwaukee police continue to search for more suspects.
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Several fights broke up as the game ended, FOX 6 reported, but it’s unclear if any of the fights had anything to do with the shooting.
Milwaukee was hit by a wave of violence on Friday. By 9 pm, police had already responded to five separate shootings across the city, leaving a total of three dead and two injured.