Shooting leaves 11 people injured

SAVANNAH, GA – A shooting incident in Savannah, Georgia’s Ellis Square late Tuesday night resulted in several gunshot wounds among the people present, as reported by Savannah police. Police Chief Lenny Gunther confirmed the incident, citing that surveillance footage was available and investigators were pursuing strong leads, though no specific suspect has been publicly identified.

It appears that multiple shooters might be involved in the altercation, and the shooting victims ranged in age from 20 to 38 years. Savannah Police Department (SPD) attended the scene following reports of gunfire around 11:55 p.m., discovering and providing first aid to numerous injured parties. Some were transported to Memorial Health University Medical Center for further treatment.

According to reports, a total of 11 adults were treated for injuries resulting from the incident. Despite the widespread harm, no fatalities have been reported so far due to the shooting. Law enforcement officials managed to interview many bystanders and gather evidence from the crime scene, contributing to their ongoing investigation.

Police indicated the shooting occurred at the intersection of West Congress Lane and Barnard Street. Of the seven adults taken to the hospital, six were moved by medical transport while one individual self-transported. All injuries reported are believed to be non-life-threatening.

The SPD is urging anyone with information that could aid their investigation to get in touch with CrimeStoppers.