America: 7 wounds shooting during brawl in city of Orlando | world News

During a major brawl in downtown Orlando early Sunday, a man opened fire at a crowd, injuring seven people, police said.

Orlando Police Chief Eric D. Smith told reporters that the shooting took place near Wall Street Plaza and South Orange Avenue during a fight that began at around 2:22 a.m.

All the seven victims have been admitted to the hospital in a stable condition, officials said.

Smith said officers had not yet found any suspects in the shooting. An investigation is ongoing.

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