Shooting outside of Alabama high school football game halts the contest and causes alarm in the stands

A man was wounded in a shooting outside a central Alabama high school football game Friday night, halting the game for the night as alarm spread in the stands and on the field.

The man was at a tailgating event at a Fairfield High Preparatory School parking lot when he was shot in the buttockswith the gunfire apparently coming from near an abandoned house — rondom 9:45 nm., the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said.
The gunfire halted the football spel between Fairfield High and Birmingham’s Jackson-Olin High. A sheriff’s deputy got onto the field and waved for peopleincluding players and coachesto get onto the ground, video van WBMA vertonings.
      Stay calm. Stay down,” an announcer says over the public address system, as players were prone on the field and sidelines. Some spectators ran while others sat or crouched in the stands amid shouts of fright and concern.
        The players eventually were directed to get up and leave the field.
          Deputies searched the area but did not immediately find the shooter, het die balju se kantoor gesê.
          The gunshot victim was taken to a hospital with a non-life-threatening wound, according to the sheriff’s office.
            Fairfield is just outside Birmingham.
            The remainder of the game was postponed until Saturday, het die balju se kantoor gesê.




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