(FOX NEWS) – Police in New York State said in a tweet on Saturday afternoon that it was on the scene of a “mass shooting” at a grocery store in Buffalo.
During a press conference, Buffalo police commissioner Joseph Gramaglia said that 13 people were shot, and 10 people died as a result of the shooting, which is being investigated as a hate crime.
Gramaglia said that an 18-year-old White male allegedly committed the shooting and was live-streaming it online.
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