Police were investigating Tuesday night after a shooting in Rochester, New York, left four teenagers hospitalized.
No arrests had been made by early Wednesday, WROC-TV in Rochester reported.
The victims were identified as two 16-year-old girls, one 15-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy.
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They were shot on the corner of Henion and West Main Street near a gas station.
Another 16-year-old girl was also hospitalized following a shooting in a different part of the city, WHEC-TV in Rochester reported.
“Certainly we are understaffed and certainly this is a stressful time,” Rochester Police Lt. Michael Ciulla said, according to WROC. “But the members of the Rochester Police Department are doing a fine job. All shootings are major tragedies but when its victims that are this young, it is especially difficult.”
No other details were available on the shootings.
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