At least 13 people were shot in a drive-by shooting in Chicago Monday night, police said.
It happened around 9:30 p.m. as a crowd was gathered at the corner of California Avenue and Polk Street, according to Chicago Police Superintendent David O’Neal Brown.
One person was also hit by a car at the scene, Brown said at a news conference.
Police earlier said 14 people were shot, but revised the number to 13 in a statement early Tuesday.
Children are among the victims, including a 3-year-old boy, an 11-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy, the statement from police said.
Victims were transported to several area hospitals in conditions ranging from non-life-threatening to critical, the superintendent said.
A group of people were meeting at the corner for a vigil when the shooting occurred, Brown said.
“There may have also been others gathered for other various reasons, Brown added. “It’s a very, you know, common corner where people congregate and have different meetings and gatherings.”
Two people traveling in a dark SUV opened fire at those on the corner, then drove away, police said in the statement.
Investigators obtained video of the scene, which shows the shooting took place in a matter of seconds, according to Brown.
He encouraged anyone with knowledge of the incident to contact law enforcement or leave an anonymous tip with CPD Tips.