Hartford Police: 4 people shot on Franklin Avenue Friday morning

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HARTFORD -- Hartford police are investigating a quadruple-shooting that occurred Friday morning on Franklin Street. Three people were intially reported shot, suffering from non-life threatening injuries. Later, a fourth victim was reported to be in critical condition at Hartford Hospital.

Police are said some of the victims may also be suspects, and they are also still in the area tracking any other potential suspects.

Franklin Avenue was closed in both directions near Barker Street, but the road has since reopened.

Hartford Police Deputy Chief Brian Foley said "several" are in custody and police are continuing to investigate.

An officer witnessed the shooting and was able to chase down and capture a suspect, Foley said. "Jumped a couple fences, Chased & caught one suspect, and recovered gun," he tweeted.

The incident also occurred near a Shot Spotter detection site, which kicks cameras on in the area when triggered. Police say a fight broke out in the street, and people pulled out guns.

CSO is an acronym for Community Service Officer, MCD is Major Crimes Division and FVRT stands for Focused Violence Reduction Team.

This story will be updated as we learn more.