Police are reporting that four people have been shot and three people killed near the University of Maryland, Baltimore late Tuesday night.
"Detective Rashawn K. Strong said in a statement early Wednesday that officers responded to a report of a shooting just after 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at a location a few blocks from UMB."
Campus police described, "Two suspects opened fire after emerging from two light-colored vans that pulled over on W Fayette Street at 10:37 p.m. on Tuesday."
According to NBC News, "A male and female were both transported to an area hospital where despite medical attempts, they succumbed to their injuries," Detective Rashawn K. Strong of Baltimore Police Department said in a statement. "The second male was pronounced deceased at the scene."
A fourth victim appeared at a local hospital for treatment and is in stable condition.
Campus police said to "use caution in the area" and "remain aware of your surroundings at all times."
Baltimore continues to be plagued with violence after the Freddie Gray riots. Gray died while in police custody, sparking days of violent protests, arson and looting in the city. This is the second shooting in the area over the last five days.