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Shocking news coming out of Boston tonight where an innocent teenager was killed by gunfire that went astray during a gang shootout, according to Boston Police.
The increasing violence seemingly has mo end in Boston, where the gangs don't care if they kill innocent people or not.
Police said they were initially responding to a report of a domestic disturbance near the Tobin Community Center in the area Tremont Street in Roxbury when Boston Police Commissioner William Evans said that police received the report that multiple shots were fired at the location nearby.
“They heard multiple gunshots being fired less than a block away,” Evans said. “They quickly went down to that location and found three individuals shot
He said the victims were found on Parker, Tremont and Sewall streets.
The teen found on Parker Street was taken to Boston Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Evans said the other two victims were both hospitalized with serious injuries.
“We are hoping and praying the other two make it,” Evans said. “But obviously right now we need the public’s help. Everyone should be outraged when something happens like this to these young kids. There are way too many guns on the street.”
At least 200 people were inside of the community center when the shooting happened, and police are grateful that even more aren't injured.
The other two victims were found outside the community center and on Sewall Street once police arrived.
They are listed in critical and serious condition. Evans said the victims appear to be men in their late teens, according to<a href="https://boston-informer.com/260233/teen-dead-2-hurt-in-shooting/>Boston Informer</a>.
"I don't know if it was a fight or what preceded it, but unfortunately like I said, kids nowadays don't fight with their hands," Evans said. "Way too many of them have weapons."
No arrests have been made at this time, but police said they would like to speak to anyone who was in the area.
Anyone with information should call Boston Police at 617-343-4470 or the anonymous tip line 1-800-494-TIPS.
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