Multiple people shot at Salemtown restaurant in Nashville on Easter

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First responders were dispatched to a “mass casualty event” at a Salemtown restaurant on Easter Sunday afternoon, according to the Nashville Fire Department.

Metro Nashville Police Department Sgt. David Hazzard said there were multiple gunshot victims at Roasted Salemtown. One person died, he said. Three ambulances took four people with gunshots and graze wounds. There are no reports yet about the shooter.

Police said the shooting took place at 614 Garfield St. near where the Salemtown and Germantown neighborhoods converge. The scene was surrounded by yellow caution tape.

Police and fire both received calls about the shooting at 3:03 p.m. Medical responders were also called.



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