Nine people were shot and wounded, and another injured, in a mass shooting outside a Trenton bar early Saturday morning.
The victims are five men and five women, according to 6ABC, and at least one of the victims is believed to be in critical condition.
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The shooting reportedly happened just after midnight on the 300 block of Brunswick Avenue in Trenton. The shooting took place outside Ramoneros Liquor & Bar on the corner of Brunswick Avenue and Middle Rose Street, according to the Trentonian.
NBC Philadephia reports police believe the shooting was a drive-by incident. The tenth person injured, who wasn't shot, suffered minor injuries while running away from the gunfire, according to NBC.
The intersection is less than a mile from the Trenton Police Department's headquarters.
As of Saturday morning, no arrests had been made.
Trenton Councilman Jerell Blakeley posted this message to Facebook early Saturday morning:
Less than a year ago, 22 people were injured in a mass shooting in downtown Trenton at the city's annual Art All Night festival.
This is a developing story, and will be updated as more information becomes available.