Everything You Need To Know About Wisconsin Rooftop Party Shooting


At least ten people, including teenagers, were hurt in an early-morning gunshot at a rooftop party in Wisconsin, according to authorities on Sunday.

During the celebration held in a high-rise apartment in downtown Madison, nine individuals were hurt by gunshots, and one person was hurt by shattered glass.

The injured were all transported to nearby hospitals. Authorities said that none of the injuries were thought to be life-threatening. In a Sunday afternoon update, Madison police stated that one of the injured people was still being treated at a hospital.

The victims were between the ages of 14 and 23.

“It is truly a miracle that no one is dead,” Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes said at a news conference. “As a community, our hearts are hurting.”

At approximately 12:45 a.m., police were called to the apartment complex.

“Instead of undergoing medical care, these students ought to have been enjoying their summer break,” Barnes stated.

Although the incident occurred close to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, no students were known to be among the injured or implicated, according to university officials.

On Sunday, no one was being held about the incident.

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