Witnesses at the scene say the shooting took place at a laundromat on A. Philip Randolph Blvd.and Pippin Street, according to News4Jax.
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The shooting was unrelated to the game, but some fans may have parked inside the police perimeter, requiring an escort to get to their cars, deputies said. He said the auto left the area and authorities were checking surveillance video to try to locate it and find those involved.
"This may be gang-related based on information obtained in the early stages of the investigation", he told reporters Sunday, declining to elaborate. "We heard the shots". According to the sheriff's office, the shooter is believed to have fired from the passenger side of a grey or silver vehicle.
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As he was hustling toward the end zone, however, Gordon looked a tad sluggish for someone whose social media handle is "Flash". There was pushing and pulling and everything like that. "Fortunately enough, we were able to hold him out of the end zone".
Homicide Sgt. Steve Rudlaff said the victim was shot several times in his upper body. He added five of the wounded were rushed by paramedics for emergency care and the sixth by private vehicle. The Sheriff's Office said the shooting did not impact the game.
"We haven't been able to interview them at all".
Jacksonville City Councilman Reggie Gaffney, who represents the district where the shooting occurred, told local media that he was aware of crime problems in the neighborhood.
"Our law enforcement officers are working hard to keep people safe", Scott tweeted.