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Ohio whitmer toledo high school football shooting news on patrol live

Three people were shot outside of the Whitmer High School football game.

Police reported that three were shot late Friday night outside the Whitmer High School stadium during the Whitmer-Central Catholic High School football game.

According to Toledo police lieutenant Paul Davis, their conditions are unknown. He had no further information.

Life Squad transported two victims to ProMedica Toledo Hospital. The third individual was transported to the Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center.

Ohio whitmer toledo high school football shooting news on patrol live

After multiple shots were fired at the West Toledo stadium around 9:30 p.m., police and fire crews rushed to the scene, and the game was halted with less than seven minutes remaining.

In the restroom, Lisa Gonzalez heard a gunshot. She exited the house to chaos.

She stated, "Everyone was yelling, 'They're shooting! They're shooting!' and we just ran away."

Mia Lopez, a cheerleader for Whitmer, was on the sidelines and did not hear any gunshots, but she did observe the commotion as spectators reacted. She stated that she and other students recently participated in an active shooter drill at Whitmer.

Dispatchers informed responding police units that two individuals wearing black ski masks fired the shots and that a vehicle fled the scene.

An hour later, police tape was still in place in the southwest corner of the stadium grounds. There were over 20 evidence cones visible, four in Whitmer Drive and the rest strewn across the pavement leading to the locker room.

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