PITTSBURGH — The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s office has released the identities of two victims in Sunday morning’s deadly shooting.
Mathew Steffy-Ross, 17, of Pitcairn, and Jaiden Brown, 17, whose home of record is not listed by the medical examiner’s office, were both transported from the scene where they were pronounced dead according to reports.
The chaotic scene along Madison Avenue in Pittsburgh’s East Allegheny neighborhood saw an estimated 200 people spilling into the streets from an Airbnb where a large party was taking place.
Two male juvenile victims were pronounced dead at the hospital. Police said 10 gunshot victims, including the deceased, have been reported.
Police also said five additional people were injured as hundreds of people tried to escape the upstairs apartment.
Investigators were gathering evidence from as many as eight crime scenes spanning a few blocks in the area after the shooting in the city’s East Allegheny neighborhood.
Police say gunshot victims were located at or near the scene and were taken to hospitals by EMS and police. Additional gunshot victims arrived at hospitals by private means, according to police.
No arrests have been announced, and police said there is no information on any suspects at this time.
Detectives from Major Crimes are speaking to witnesses and reviewing video footage. Anyone who has information about the shooting is asked to call 412-323-7161. Investigators have also set up a website for the public to submit tips, videos, and photos of the incident that could help in their investigation.