Ten people were shot in Manchester, England, early Sunday morning, hours after a Caribbean carnival in the area had ended, the BBC reported.
The motive was not known and it was not clear if it involved terrorism.
Two children were among the 10 people hurt in a shooting in the Moss Side area of Manchester, which police are treating as attempted murder.
They were injured with what police believe was a shotgun with “pellets in its rounds” at a street party in Claremont Road at about 02:30 BST.
Nine victims had “pellet-type wounds” and a man suffered a broken leg.
The shooting took place at a party held after the first day of this weekend’s Caribbean Carnival in Alexandra Park.
The victims, including two children over the age of 12, with “pellet-type wounds” were not seriously injured but the man with the broken leg was in a serious condition.
Police said the victims had suffered “minor to major” injuries.
Several people were still in the streets following the carnival.
Detective Superintendent Debbie Dooley said, “We currently have a number of people in hospital all being treated for different injuries, but thankfully most do not appear to be life-threatening at this time.
“Officers are trying to establish exactly where this incident took place and who is responsible for such a dangerous attack.”