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Shooting in Far East El Paso leaves one person with life-threatening injuries and multiple others hurt

UPDATE: Police say they are looking for anyone at the party who left the scene after the shooting to talk to police if you have any information that can help them in their investigation.

A police spokesman said that two of the people who were injured in the shooting, a 17-year-old female and a 20-year-old male, were released from the hospital Saturday afternoon. Two more are still in the hospital. A 22-year-old with serious injuries who is in stable condition, and a 21-year-old with life-threatening injuries.

The spokesman said many at the party left the scene after shots were fired and police need anyone with information to talk with their investigators.

In an interview with ABC-7, the spokesman could not explain what lead to the shooting.

UPDATE: Police confirm the person transported to the hospital with serious injuries was a male.

A total of 4 people were injured, according to police.

The 3 other victims had injuries considered not as severe.

The ages of the victims are in their late teens and early 20's.

Detectives have been interviewing various people that were at the party.

EL PASO, Texas - One person has suffered life-threatening injuries and another 4 people have been hurt after a shooting in Far East El Paso.

El Paso Police responded to a call of a large party at 2:03 a.m. at the 14100 block of Honey Point Dr. Minutes later, officers received another call about a shooting in the same area, according to the El Paso Police Department.

Officers from the Pebble Hills Regional Command Center responded to the scene, said police.

One person was transported with severe injuries and two of the people injured took themselves to the hospital, according to first responders.

No information has been released about the condition of the other 4 people injured in the shooting.

Detectives from the El Paso Police Department are investigating the scene.

Anyone with any information is asked to call police or call Crime Stoppers of El Paso at 915-566-TIPS (8477)

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