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Three dead, seven injured in New Orleans shooting

Three dead, seven injured in New Orleans shooting

"Two individuals clothed with what we believed to be hoods. approached from behind, right in front of the daiquiri shop right behind us, and opened fire one with, we believe, a rifle and one with a handgun on the crowd, " New Orleans police superintendent Michael Harrison told reporters late Saturday.

Mayor LaToya Cantrell released the following statement on the shootings that happened Saturday night on South Claiborne Avenue near the Milan area that left three people dead and seven wounded.

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Police said they responded to reports of a shooting late Saturday, July 28, at a "daiquiri shop" about 3 miles from the southern U.S. city's famed French Quarter. Seven other victims - five men and two women - were injured, at least one of them critically. The conditions of the wounded were not immediately available.

Four took private transportation, according to The New Orleans Advocate's Ramon Vargas. "That's personal, it doesn't get more personal and we take it personal", he said. More than 20 evidence cones were in place that evening as police investigated the scene and family and friends searched for loved ones. "So whoever did this, you should know that the law enforcement community takes it personal, so we're coming for you". "A lot of people saw and heard what happened". "I speak for everyone in our city when I say we are disgusted, we are infuriated, and we have had more than enough", Cantrell said.

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Two women react to the scene where 10 people were shot, 3 of whom have died. "Three more lives - gone".

Harrison was later asked if he believed the incident to be personal for a possible motive.

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