PHILADELPHIA -- A barrage of bullets from multiple shooters left three people dead and nearly a dozen more wounded after a mass shooting late Saturday night in the city of Philadelphia.
The shooting happened near the intersection of South Street and Third Street. Several officers were on patrol when they heard numerous gunshots.
Those officers saw several active shooters firing into a crowd, officials said during a press conference. One of those officers fired at one of the shooters. It's unclear if that suspect was hit.
At least two guns were recovered from the scene, and investigators said one of them had an extended magazine.
"Numerous" shell casings were found along the 200 and 300 blocks of South Street.
In all, 14 people were hit by gunfire. Of those victims, three people are dead and 11 more are wounded, according to police.
The victims who were killed included two men and a woman. All three suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the body.
Their names have not been released.
"You can imagine there were hundreds of individuals just enjoying South Street, as they do every single weekend, when this shooting broke out," said Inspector D F Pace.
No arrests have been made.
Police are looking for surveillance video to help them identify the shooters.
The investigation is ongoing.