Police said that the mass shooting in Florida was a "targeted attack" by four shooters
At least 10 people were injured in THE most recent mass shooting in Florida on Monday afternoon, according to US Media & News firm ABC News, citing the Lakeland Police Department.
According to the Lakeland Police, two victims of the Lakeland drive-by shooting are in serious condition, while eight other persons have non-life-threatening injuries.
According to the Lakeland Police Department, nine individuals were injured in a mass shooting in Florida.
Sam Taylor, the chief of the Lakeland Police Department, stated, "One is in surgery and the other is either in surgery or heading to surgery," during a news conference on Monday.
Sam Taylor, the chief of the Lakeland Police Department, said that a dark-blue Nissan four-door vehicle arrived at the shooting site. The four windows down when the car slowed down but did not stop. There looked to be four gunmen inside the car.
Taylor said that a dark blue four-door Nissan had arrived at the shooting location. When the automobile slowed down but did not stop, the four windows rolled down. According to CNN, there looked to be four shooters inside the vehicle.
He said that guys were being shot from both sides of the automobile as the shooters began to fire through all four windows. Other victims also had non-life-threatening injuries, he said.
According to CNN, Sam Taylor said during a press conference on Monday night that just three casualties, whose ages varied from 20 to 35, had been transferred by emergency management officials.
Taylor also said that at least four individuals who may have been using face masks to conceal their identity are wanted by the police. He also requested community members to phone in with any information they may have to aid the inquiry.
The victims were allegedly targeted, and the shooting was not an accident, according to police officials. Authorities claimed to have discovered marijuana at the scene, suggesting that it was being sold at the time of the shooting, but there is no evidence on whether the alleged sale of marijuana and the shooting are connected.