Atlanta police said they responded to multiple shootings throughout the city during the fourth of July weekend.
Police reported at least 25 people were shot in six separate incidents. Three of the shootings were deadly.
An 8-year-old girl died from her injuries after someone opened fire into a car off University Ave.
24 hours later, police said 3 other people were shot just feet away, killing one person.
Two more people have died after a shooting around 1 a.m. Sundayoff Auburn Avenue in northeast Atlanta.
Police said a large group was watching fireworks when a car hit a pedestrian.
An argument broke out and escalated into gunfire, according to investigators. Police said 14 people were shot and taken to area hospitals. Two people who were in critical condition have since died.
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Along with the two deadly shootings, Atlanta police reported at least three other shootings in the last 24 hours.
Officers responded to a call off Lakewood Avenue in southeast Atlanta around 11:45 p.m. Saturday night. Police said someone drove by and fired shots at a group of people. Five were shot and taken to hospitals in stable condition.
Two men got into an argument over a woman off Edgewood Avenue around 12:50 a.m. One shot the other in the arm.
Off Hardee Street in northeast Atlanta, officers found a man and woman who had been shot. Both declined to give information to police about what happened and were taken to Grady Hospital in stable condition. Investigators said the two may have confronted a group of people setting off fireworks before the shooting.
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