Baby showers are usually held by family and close friends of the expectant mother to celebrate the major achievement as the baby nears to be brought to the world.
Gifts and presents are shared during this celebration, but there was a unique baby shower that was different from the others as three people were shot after a nasty argument broke out.
According to Citizen TV news reports, the baby shower which was held at fire hall in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania turned out to be a gun fight after the family members argued about the gifts to be presented.
The reports state that it started as a simple argument which turned out to be a fierce fist fight with one of the attendees coming out with a nine millimeter semi automatic hand gun and shot into the crowd.
The police revealed that three people were shot in the nasty incident. A 23-year-old man, a 19-year-old woman and a 16-year-old boy were the victims of the gun shot, but the extent of their injuries is yet to be established.
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