Mass Shooting Leaves 10 Injured During Roof Top Party

MADISON, Wisconsin – Ten people, including high school students, were injured in a shooting at a high-rise apartment building during a rooftop party early Sunday morning, according to the Madison Police Department. The incident took place at around 12:45 a.m., when officers responding to the gathering were informed of shots being fired.

Upon arrival, officers encountered a chaotic scene as dozens of individuals ran out of the building. Showing exceptional bravery, the officers ascended 12 flights of stairs to assist those in need. The victims, ranging in age from 14 to 23, sustained various injuries, with some being gunshot wounds. Thankfully, none of the injuries are considered life-threatening.

During a news conference later that morning, MPD Chief Shon Barnes revealed that ten shell casings were discovered at the scene. The party, which drew hundreds of attendees, is believed to have taken place without permission from the apartment building.

As of now, no arrests have been made, and authorities have yet to release any information regarding potential suspects. The investigation is ongoing, with the police appealing to the public for any relevant information.

The incident in Madison is another unfortunate reminder of the increased gun violence gripping communities across the United States. The prevalence of such incidents underscores the pressing need for stricter gun control regulations and better safety measures to protect the public.

Authorities are urging anyone with information about the shooting to come forward and assist with the investigation. Anyone wishing to provide a tip can do so anonymously by contacting the Madison Area Crime Stoppers hotline.