A televised high school football game abruptly cut to commercial Friday night after a flurry of shots rang out outside an Ohio stadium.
Check out this footage showing two rival teams running a play on the field when at least 12 gunshots were fired nearby. None of the players seemed to notice until the crowd freaked out and started to scatter. As players and fans ran for their lives, the broadcaster quickly announced, “We’re going to break.”
Another video showed people jumping from the stands and taking cover on the ground after the gunfire.
Toledo PD said 3 people were shot outside the stadium of Whitmer High School, which was playing Central Catholic HS. The victims — 1 student and 2 adults — were not seriously wounded, but taken to a hospital.
Investigators reportedly arrested 2 suspects and were searching for 2 more. A motive has not been disclosed.
Officials from the Washington Local Schools District issued a statement, saying no one in the crowd was injured and all guests had been screened prior to the game.
By the way, Central Catholic was beating Whitmer 46-16 when the bullets began to fly. The game was cancelled with no future plans to finish it.
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