3 injured in Pittsburgh area mall shooting


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Three people were wounded by gunfire outside a Macy’s department store in a shopping mall outside of Pittsburgh on Saturday night, an FBI official said.

The three victims, two men and a woman, were transported to Forbes Hospital, where one person was listed in stable condition. The other two were listed in critical condition. Their identities have not been released to the public.

FBI supervisory special agent Greg Heeb said he did not know if a shooter had been apprehended yet.

Police from outside Monroeville and FBI agents were called in to help locate the shooter, Heeb said.

The shooting occurred around 7:45 p.m. outside of the Macy’s near the Mister Rogers Neighborhood play area.

Witnesses said multiple shots were fired inside the mall, leading to a chaos as people ran to get out of the mall.

Police Chief Doug Cole said the shooting didn’t appear to be random. The shooting may have been connected to a gang dispute.

1. A layout of the Monroeville Mall and the location of the shooting
2. The Mister Rogers Neighborhood play area outside of Macy’s mall entrance
3. Shots being fired from a gun
4. People running away from the gunfire
5. An ambulance transporting wounded to the hospital

VOICEOVER (in English):

The shooting occurred around 7:45 p.m. on Saturday night outside of the Macy’s in the Monroeville mall near the Mister Rogers Neighborhood play area.

Witnesses said gunfire erupted in the mall, leading to chaos as shoppers ran.

Two men and woman were shot and transported to Forbes Hospital. Two victims are listed in critical condition, while the other is listed as stable.

SOURCES: Reuters, New York Daily News, Inquisitr