FLINT, Mich. — A woman was killed and four others – including a baby – were hurt in a shooting in Michigan, authorities said.
According to WWMT and WJRT, the incident occurred about 7 p.m. Thursday on Tebo Street in Flint. Flint police said five people were shot amid a dispute, WWMT reported.
One of the victims died, while another – an 11-month-old boy – suffered critical injuries, police said. Authorities did not provide details about the injuries or conditions of the other three victims, according to WJRT.
In a statement obtained by WWMT, Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley called for peace in the community.
“We know these times are challenging and tensions are high, but police cannot do it alone,” the statement read, according to WWMT. “The violence must stop. The circle of retaliation must stop. This tragic loss of life cannot continue. Whenever a life is cut short, especially when a child is lost or injured, our whole community suffers. I pray for the victims, their families and our community.”
Cox Media Group