FOUR people have been shot in a horror incident at a high school football game on Friday night, according to reports.
Terrifying footage shows the moment the crowd runs in panic as shots start ringing from the stands in the Ladd-Peebles Stadium at Williamson High in Mobile, Alabama.
People are heard screaming in confusion as some players run off the field and others lay on the ground in the video shot by Jeff Martin.
The game's announcer can be heard telling people in the stadium to "cover themselves."
One victim was left with with life-threatening injuries at the Vigor versus Williamson game, as reported by Fox10.
Fox reporter Lenise Ligon said there were "possibly four injuries."
The Mobile police department said in a statement: "Multiple injuries have been reported, and those victims have been transported to the hospital. One individual has been transferred to the hospital with a life-threatening injury."
A source told WKRG they heard about four gunshots on the west concourse, and police were seen near Gate 2 on the west side of the stadium.
The game was stopped with 5.49 minutes left when the shots were heard just after 10pm.
The shooting was broadcast on the MCPSS game broadcast.
Emergency vehicles and police were still working to secure the scene at midnight.
The identity of the shooter remains unknown.
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