(BRIDGEPORT, Conn.) -- Thirteen people were wounded after two shooters opened fire at a house party in Bridgeport, Connecticut, this weekend, according to police.
None of the injuries were life-threatening, according to Bridgeport Police spokesman Av Harris, but he said one woman was in critical but stable condition at Yale New Haven Hospital after sustaining a shot to the face.
There were about 100 partygoers, Bridgeport Police said, and 11 men and two women were injured.
Bridgeport Police said the shooters, possibly connected to gangs, fired into the house and backyard behind some hedges around 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
Police are investigating the incident and no arrests were made as of Sunday afternoon. Police said there were questions if the two suspects being sought were partygoers who "got upset."
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