TAMPA, Fla. - Two people are dead and one person has been hospitalized with serious injuries after being shot during an ongoing neighbors dispute in north Tampa.
According to Tampa Fire-Rescue and Police officials, the three people were hit when multiple shots were fired in the 2300 block of East 110th Avenue during a "neighborhood dispute."
One victim was found dead in the street and the other deceased victim was found in a home at 2304 110th Avenue.
The third victim showed up at a local hospital with serious injuries from a gunshot wound.
It was not yet determined if more than one gunman opened fire, but Tampa Police spokesperson Laura McElroy said "multiple armed suspects" remain at large Saturday night and a search for the suspects is ongoing.
No one involved in the altercation has been identified.
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