BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A shooting rampage outside a downtown Buffalo restaurant earlySaturday morning has left four people dead and four otherswounded.
News 4's Jericka Duncan spoke to several of the victims familiesand has learned that Tiffany Wilhite, 32, is among the dead andJames Robbs, 27, is in serious condition at ECMC.
It happened about 2:30am outside the City Grill Restaurant onMain near Swan. Buffalo Police say three of the victims died at thescene, a fourth died at the hospital a short time later. Of thevictims who died, Buffalo Police Spokesman Michael DeGeorge saystwo were males and two were females. The four victims who werewounded were all males.
News 4's Rich Newberg has learned that the Mayor will have apress conference at 2 PM about the mass shooting.
City Grill hosted a wedding reception earlier in the night.Homicide Chief of Detectives Dennis Richards says it is not knownat this point if there is any connection to the shooting and anyonein the wedding party. The well-known restaurant sits in thetwo-hundred block of Main Street, just a block away from suchlandmarks as Coca-Cola Field and One HSBC Center.
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