BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Friday marks 10 years since the City Grill massacre in Buffalo. It was Buffalo’s first mass shooting in modern history.
It started when a party at the City Grill spilled out onto Main St. on August 14, 2010. Then, a fight broke out.
Eight people were shot, and four of them died that night. A fifth person died several years later.
Eventually, the suspect, Riccardo McCray, turned himself in here at WIVB. McCray was found guilty in March 2011 on four counts of first-degree murder.
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