Report: four dead, one hurt in Metairie quadruple shooting
METAIRIE - Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a quadruple shooting in Metairie, local media reports.
According to WWLTV, three people were killed and one was injured following a shooting at a home in the 2500 block of Pasadena Avenue near the I-10 Service Road. Just before 10 a.m., deputies said a fourth person had been found dead in an apartment next door to the original scene.
Deputies received a call around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday morning from a woman who said she was shot in the head. Col. John Furtunato said deputies found two men shot in the kitchen and a woman shot on a couch in the living room. They were all pronounced dead at the scene.
The survivor who called police suffered a gunshot wound to the face. She was hospitalized and is listed in stable but critical condition.
Deputies confirm that the victims were all 30 years or older, but did not give any more details pending notification of their families.
There is no suspect information available at this time. Furtunato said that the apartment complex has surveillance cameras that he hopes will provide additional information. Furtunato asked that anyone with information to contact Jefferson Parish homicide detectives.
JPSO: gun discovered on scene in home where shooting happened accidentally discharged as deputies conduct investigation no one hurt— Duke Carter II (@dcarterII) March 15, 2017
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