Now i aint posting this on no glamorizing shit......but this shit kinda disturbed me...and the story goes......
By TARYN ASHERFOX 2 News
DETROIT - Seven teenagers are shot at a bus stop in Detroit, victims of what's believed to be a planned hit. As they lay in hospital beds, police are searching for the gunmen currently loose on the streets. There have been no arrests, and authorities are working to enhance surveillance video.
Two young men used a Shell gas station at the corner of West Warren and Southfield in Detroit to scope out their target. Police say they covered their faces, pulled out their guns, walked over to a nearby bus stop, called out a name and then fired a barrage of bullets into the crowd, shooting seven teens. Six of them are students at Cody Ninth Grade Academy ranging in age from 14 to 17 years old.
Police have now confiscated a surveillance video recorded at the Shell station and are using it to track down the shooters believed to be in their teens.
Authorities are still actively looking for the shooters who took off running down Longacre, hopped into a green minivan and sped away. Dogs were brought in to search for the suspects and their weapons. While that effort was unsuccessful, police did eventually locate a green minivan a mile away on Joy Road. Evidence technicians examining the vehicle to see if this is the same one used in the getaway.
This shooting was the second in two weeks a Detroit public high school offering summer classes. Witnesses tell FOX 2 the shooting was retaliation from a previous argument.
"We have not confirmed where this all initiated from. We're investigating that as we speak," said Detroit Police Dep. Chief Rod Liggons.
Police have still not released the names of the seven victims, four males and three females, nor have they released the surveillance video.
A Detroit Police source tells FOX 2 that two of the teens are in critical condition and another is in temporary serious condition at Sinai-Grace Hospital. In total, paramedics brought two boys, ages 14 and 16, and a girl, age 17, to Sinai-Grace.
Three other teenage students were taken to Henry Ford Dearborn Hospital. A fourth, 19-year-old victim is also being treated, but it is unknown if he is a student. FOX 2 has been able to confirm that all four victims brought to that hospital have non-life threatening injuries.