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A string of shootings left at least six people dead and nearly three dozen others wounded in Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee this weekend

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a spasm of gun violence that came as the nation continues mourning the lives lost in mass shootings last month in Buffalo, N.Y., and Uvalde, Texas.

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In Pennsylvania, police say multiple shooters fired into a crowd late Saturday night on South Street, a famous Philadelphia drag known for its nightlife, character and vibrancy.

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Two people died from gunshot wounds, while a third person died of injuries after being hit by a vehicle, Murphy said.

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Authorities said three people were killed by the gunfire, and at least 11 others were wounded. Police said multiple handguns were recovered at the scene, but no arrests have been made.

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In Chattanooga, Tenn., police responded early Sunday to a shooting near a nightclub. Three people were killed and 14 others were injured, according to police chief Celeste Murphy.

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The police chief said multiple people are thought to have opened fire, but no arrests had been made as of Sunday morning. Last week, six people were wounded in a gunfire exchange in downtown Chattanooga.

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Meanwhile, in South Carolina, at least eight people were shot at a graduation party in what authorities in Clarendon County described as a suspected drive-by shooting.

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A 32-year-old woman was killed, while seven others were wounded. Six of the seven injured were age 17 or younger, authorities said.

Some 156 days into 2022, the country has now seen at least 240 mass shootings, according to the Gun Violence Archive.