10 people were injured in Shooting at a Memorial Day Party in Charleston. 

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According to police,10 people were injured and three law enforcement officers were injured in a shooting at a memorial day. 

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Police said the firing took place late night Monday, when an officer was responding to a complaint of loud speakers at an empty space. 

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During a news conference police chief Luther T said that “ we are lucky we do not have any dead cop or dead citizens or dead community members.” 

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Charleston news outlets showed surveillance video of people scrambling for cover as sporadic gunfire is heard. Reynolds told news outlets more than 100 evidence placards were placed at the scene, with many of those marking where shell casings were found.

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Reynolds said four people were critically injured. He said the officer was not shot but injured by shapnel from the gless and two deputies from the sheriffs department were injured as they tried to control the crowd.

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Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg said the incident meets the definition of a "mass shooting" which is when four or more people are injured or killed.

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"Thankfully, we're counting our blessings that no one in this incident was killed," Tecklenburg told reporters. He referenced the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and a racist attack at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York, as he called for action to combat gun violence.

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He said there have been 230 mass shootings in America so far this year, according to one database.

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"Think about that, y'all. Every 16 hours in America there's a mass shooting. I don't know about you, but I'm angry about it. I'm mad about it. I'm fed up. I concur with many of our citizens here, and across the country, that enough is enough," he said.

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