Shooting at New Jersey high school football game leaves two injured
Two spectators at a New Jersey high school football game were injured on Friday night, when a series of six gunshots were fired into the crowd at a contest featuring Camden and Pleasantville.
Gunshots were fired into the crowd at Pleasantville High School on Friday night, causing panic and chaos in the bleachers. The incident occurred with approximately five minutes remaining in the third quarter. Two individuals were injured and were taken to a nearby hospital via ambulance.
The severity of the injuries was unknown at the time of this story. The gunshots and chaos were captured in numerous videos that were posted to social media. The following videos are graphic in nature:
Here’s the moment the shots (at least six) rang out. Pleasantville was down 6-0 about halfway through the third quarter, and punting to Camden. Of course that’s insignificant- just more context. pic.twitter.com/OBDMN1JOLA
— Mike Frankel (@MikeFrankelJSZ) November 16, 2019
— Mike Nik (@6abcmike) November 16, 2019
The game was suspended immediately following the shooting. One of the victims was a child and the other was an adult, according to The Philly Voice.