Baltimore police say at least one gunman opened fire at a backyard cookout, wounding a dozen people.
Police spokesman Donny Moses says none of the wounds were life-threatening in the shooting late Sunday night. At least twelve people were hit, including a 2-year-old girl and a pregnant 23-year-old woman.
Moses says the victims were wounded in the legs, arms, shoulders and backs.
Police had no immediate suspects or motive in the attack. Moses says a gunman or gunmen walked into the small backyard of a rowhouse on Ashland Avenue in East Baltimore and opened fire with a semiautomatic weapon before fleeing on foot.