Three people were wounded in a shooting at a concert
at Red Rocks Amphitheatre just outside Denver, Colorado, an incident local radio host Dan Lewis says is "very stunning" and "baffling" for the typically peaceful venue.
"It's usually a very peaceful happy crowd up there," Lewis, of KOA Radio, told Ed Berliner on "MidPoint" on Newsmax TV
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"Everyone's going up to have a good time. It's one of the last places you would ever expect somebody to open fire," he added.
The shooting occurred around 10:30 p.m. Thursday toward the end of a Nas, Schoolboy Q, and Flying Lotus concert from individuals inside an SUV.
According to Lewis, all three people who were shot are "recovering from non-life-threatening injuries in a hospital."
No one had been arrested.
The police "spent the overnight hours interviewing witnesses as they got out, and now they're just searching for a suspect and a motive," Lewis said.
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