A mass shooting in Detroit left one dead and at least four wounded less than a week after another attack killed two people, police say.
The four who were injured had been taken to the hospital, according to police.
Two of those people have been critically injured and the other two are in temporary serious condition, FOX2 reported.
The age range of the victims was 35 to 76 years old.
The shooting occurred at a home on the east side of Detroit, Michigan, near Gratiot and Saratoga.
Police and fire crews reported to the scene around 10:45 am on Saturday.
When they arrived, they found one victim outside and head the rest screaming from inside the home, FOX reported.
Officials have said that the home is a known vacant drug house.
The shooter has not been identified or caught yet. He was last seen fleeing westbound on Saratoga Street.
Just six days earlier, there was another mass shooting on the city’s northwest side.
Two people had died and six more were injured during the shooting.
The two people who had been killed were Toyake Thirkeild, 39, and Andre Willis, 38.
The attack started over a homeowner getting angry at his neighbor’s party guests, police Chief James White said.
The alleged gunman, Winston Kirtley Jr., was charged with first-degree murder and assault with intent to murder, according to police.
Prosecutor Kym Worthy said in a statement:
“I have always known that at times the most trivial events can cause the heaviest damage.
“The alleged motive here is way beyond the pale and has now changed lives forever,” she said.
Worthy continued: “It is clear and has been clear for some time that absolutely nothing is sacred when it comes to gun violence these days.
“It is also apparent that there is little political will to control the mechanisms behind it.”