More overnight shootings in Buffalo as violence continues

Posted at 5:32 AM, Dec 23, 2014

Tuesday morning Buffalo Police are investigating two separate overnight shootings on opposite sides of the Queen city. 

The first reported shooting happened just after one o'clock on Rhode Island Ave. on Buffalo's West Side.

Just minutes later police responded to another reported shooting on Buffalo's East Side where a man was allegedly shot near the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Riley Street. 

Police confirmed with 7 Eyewitness News that both victims suffered non life-threatening injuries during Tuesday morning's shootings.

In the past 11 days, there have been six fatal shootings in Buffalo. Details here.

The Buffalo Police Commissioner says many of these shootings involve people who know one another. More from Daniel Derenda on this wave of violence here.