New Jersey House Party Shooting Leaves 2 Dead and Dozen Hurt, Police Say

The authorities are investigating a taking pictures at a home social gathering in New Jersey that left a minimum of two lifeless and a dozen others wounded, the police mentioned.

The New Jersey State Police mentioned troopers responded to stories of a taking pictures at a house in Fairfield Township, a rural neighborhood in southern New Jersey close to Bridgeton, round 11:50 p.m. on Saturday.

They discovered a 30-year-old man and a 25-year-old lady lifeless from gunshot wounds on the scene, the company mentioned.

A dozen different folks, all adults, had been taken to hospitals with numerous accidents. One of the them had “sustained serious injuries” and was in crucial situation, the police mentioned in an announcement.

The governor, Philip D. Murphy, mentioned the taking pictures passed off at a home social gathering with “hundreds” of attendees.

“Let there be no mistake: This despicable and cowardly act of gun violence only steels our commitment to ensuring New Jersey leads the nation in passing and enforcing strong and common-sense gun safety laws,” Mr. Murphy mentioned in an announcement. “No community should ever experience what occurred last night in Fairfield.”

No arrests have been made.