At least two people were shot Thursday when shots rang out on a Washington D.C., street, sending pedestrians running for their lives.
The Washington D.C., Metropolitan Police Department told Fox News that a call came in around 8:20 p.m. about a shooting on 14th and Riggs streets, a busy area filled with bars and restaurants.
No motive for the attack was disclosed. No arrests have been made, police said. Several people said they heard at least two dozen shots and a witness said she saw a young male running and firing a gun, WUSA-TV reported. Outdoors dining tables were abandoned as investigators secure the scene.
A politico reporter tweeted that diners ducked under their tables to avoid the gunfire.
A reporter for WUSA said a man was killed three weeks ago during a walk with his wife a block away from Thursday’s crime scene.
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