Around 60 people were attending a graduation party in park off 70th Street near Reed Bird Place , Sunday, in Philadelphia, around 10 p.m., when an unidentified gunman, standing in a nearby parking lot with two other men, began firing "indiscriminately."
The mass shooting left one person dead and five others, including teenagers, injured. The person who died was 24. He suffered a gunshot wound to the back. A 21-year-old and four teenagers ages 15 to 17 were struck. The wounded are in stable condition and expected to survive. The surviving victims are being treated at PENN Presbyterian Hospital. Authorities are investigating further and still in search of a suspect. No arrests have been made and police have not yet released a description of the shooter. The suspect is still at large. Videos from private surveillance cameras are expected to help.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross says three men were spotted in the park parking lot when one of them walked up to the celebration and began firing into the crowd. Commissioner Ross said at the scene Sunday night that there was no indication of any conflict before the shooting.