• Four adults and a boy, 6, were injured after a shooting outside a Florida home
  • All five were rushed to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries 
  • Police were called to the property in Boynton Beach around 4.30pm on Saturday 
  • No arrests have yet been made and the motive behind the shooting is unclear

Hannah Parry For Dailymail.com

Four adults and a six-year-old boy have been injured after a shooting outside a Florida home.

Police were called to the property in the 500 block of Northeast 2nd Street in Boynton Beach, Florida, around 4.30pm on Saturday after reports of gunshots.

They arrived to find five people with gunshot injuries who were rushed to hospital. None of the injuries were life threatening, Local 10 reports.

Four adults and a six-year-old boy have been injured after a shooting outside a Florida home

Police were called to the property in the 500 block of Northeast 2nd Street in Boynton Beach, Florida, around 4.30pm on Sunday after reports of gunshots (a car window is smashed by a gunshot)

‘There was blood on the ground,’ said 11-year-old neighbor Brady Bresett. ‘I heard 10 to 12,’ he explained, ‘I just heard like multiple gun shots like rapid fire.’ 

‘It’s sad but they don’t care about human life,’ Brady’s father Robert explained. ‘They shoot, they don’t care if a kid could be there.’ 

‘Children are running up and down the streets,’ another neighbor said. ‘You just bust out of nowhere and come shoot up somebody’s – that’s crazy.’

Video courtesy of Local 10 

No arrests have yet been made. Police say the motive behind the shooting is unclear (officers at the scene)

Officers say the suspect drove off in a white four-door sedan with dark tinted windows.

No arrests have yet been made. Police say the motive behind the shooting is unclear.  

Delray Medical Center was locked down due to a safety precaution.  

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