Authorities in Pennsylvania say four teens were injured in a mass shooting at a high school graduation party this weekend.
According to WPXI, more than 100 celebrants were at the house party in Clairton overnight Friday when gunfire rang out.
The Allegheny County Police Department reported that officers were dispatched to the home shortly after midnight on Saturday and arrived at the Waddell Avenue residence to find a large group of people fleeing the scene on foot.
Upon searching the yard, reports show officers found the four victims — three females and a male, all between the ages of 14 and 18. They were all transported to an area hospital where staff said they remained in stable condition as of the most recent updates available.
Investigators were still processing evidence in an attempt to identify a suspect and motive in the case as of Sunday afternoon and are encouraging anyone with information related to the shooting to contact the Allegheny County Police Department tip line by calling 1-833-ALL TIPS.
As CrimeOnline reported earlier this year, a similar scene played out in Alabama, where one was killed and eight others injured in a shooting at an Atmore graduation party.
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