Seven People Have Been Taken To Hospital in Washington DC Parade

Seven People Have Been Taken To Hospital in Washington DC Parade

Washington DC Parade Gun Scare

Seven people were taken to hospitals with non-life threatening injuries they sustained in the disturbance and a number of other people with minor injuries were treated at the scene in Washington DC Pride Parade after gun scare.

The Police, at the outset of the incident, received a report of a man with a gun at a park, Washington police Commander Guillermo Rivera told reporters.

The police did not find any evidence of shots fired, Rivera said.

People were injured at a gay pride parade in Washington on Saturday when some in the crowd ran to escape what they thought was gunfire, and a man was later arrested when police found a firearm near him, officials said.

"As the officers were going to that scene there was a crowd of people running away from it," Rivera said. "Some of the individuals in the crowd said that there was a man with a gun and that someone had fired shots."





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