The Milwaukee Bucks’ NBA filming leaves 3 injured and hundreds on the run for safety

Hundreds of patrons at a Wisconsin basketball game were forced to flee for their lives after a shooter injured three people.

Hundreds of terrified US basketball fans were seen running for their lives after a gunman shot three people as the Bucks-Celtics game concluded Friday in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

According to New York postAt least five gunshots were heard as Milwaukee police said three people suffered gunshot wounds.

Three people were shot dead, including a 16-year-old girl, outside the NBA game in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sending panicking crowds on the street running for their lives, video shows.

The Milwaukee Police Department confirmed that two women and a man were killed near Martin Luther King Drive and Highland Ave outside the Fiserv Forum during the final minutes of the Bucks-Celtics playoff game, according to WISN.

According to the report, the other injured woman is 26 and the man is 30.

All three victims are said to have non-fatal injuries.

One person was taken into custody, police told ATM4.

The video shows scores of fans in the outdoor observation area known as the Deer District fleeing for cover. The Bucks had announced earlier in the evening that up to 11,000 fans were crammed into the area, The Journal-Sentinel reported.

Other clips show people screaming as they scatter to safety.

First responders, including mounted police, were in the area as road closures were in place. At least one ambulance was spotted leaving the scene.

First responders soon arrived to help the man, who sustained non-fatal injuries, reportedly.

A large police presence remained on site late Friday night.

The Celtics took a win by forcing a seven-game second round bout in Boston on Sunday.

This article originally appeared on New York post and has been republished with permission

Originally published as Three shots outside the NBA playoff basketball game, sending the crowd running for cover