Thirteen injured during large gathering in outburst of violence

Early Sunday morning, a mass gathering in Syracuse, New York took a dark turn.

At least 13 people fell victim to a series of violent incidents. People were shot, stabbed, and hit by vehicles. Police swiftly responded to a report of shots fired at approximately 12:22 a.m. on Davis Street, as confirmed by Syracuse Police spokesman Lt. Matthew Malinowski.

Upon their arrival, law enforcement officers were met with a chaotic scene, encountering a massive assembly of hundreds of people spanning Davis Street and Massena Street.

Immersed within this throng, officers encountered numerous victims who had either suffered gunshot wounds, stab injuries, or had been struck by vehicles attempting to flee the unfolding turmoil.

In a press release, Lt. Malinowski assured the public that all the victims, ages 17-25, are expected to survive their injuries.

The 13 wounded victims were either found at the scene or in nearby medical facilities. There is an active investigation into the case.

At this time, the police have not clarified whether any arrests have been made or if any suspects remain at large.