6 shot on street near north Florida stadium before National Football League game

6 people shot near Jacksonville Jaguars stadium- police

6 people shot near Jacksonville Jaguars stadium- police

Police say there are no suspects now in custody.

Five of the victims are male and one victim is female, and they range in age from 20s to 70s.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is working the multiple shooting at A. Philip Randolph Boulevard and Pippin Street, according to a tweet from the public information officer. They said shots were fired from outside a laundromat in the area and that the shooting could be gang-related.

Three people are in critical condition after the shooting, police said, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Six people were wounded, three critically, in a Florida shooting Sunday less than a mile from where the Jacksonville Jaguars were playing, investigators said. The incident is outside the stadium footprint and has not impact the Jaguar's game at this time, says the Sheriff's Office.

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The sheriff's office said it was escorting fans who'd parked near the shooting scene to their vehicles.

- Six people were shot in Jacksonville near the Jaguars' stadium. The agency did not have an update on the victims medical conditions.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott also said in a statement that he had reached out to Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams, offering any state resources that the city may need.

Some witnesses said it appeared to be a drive-by shooting.

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