A shooting on Savannah’s Southside sent five people to the hospital. It happened just after 12:30 a.m. Monday at Southside Seafood on Largo Drive.
Savannah Police reported they were called to the Windsor Arms Apartment complex on Largo Drive.
After an investigation, officers determined the shooting actually took place outside Southside Seafood which is located across the street.
According to a police report, the incident is believed to have started as a fight between co-workers who work at another restaurant. During the fight, someone fired a gun.
Police report they discovered Rashod Jackson and Tekiera Holmes at their apartment in the Windsor Arms Apartments on Largo Drive.
Jackson was found with a gunshot wound to his right ankle. He was transported to a nearby hospital.
Holmes’ right hand was injured. She told police she injured it while punching a window out in the apartment. Holmes refused transport to the hospital.
According to a police report, Jackson and Holmes retreated to their apartment after the incident outside of Southside Seafood. They said they left the scene when they heard gunfire.
Two other victims were transported to a hospital by private vehicle, and several hours later a fifth victim arrived at the hospital with a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
All of their injuries are considered non-life threatening.
The shooting suspect has not been identified at this time.
This story is developing. News 3 will continue to bring you further updates.
NOTE: This article has been updated with the correct location of shooting and number of victims. Earlier it was reported that the shooting took place at Windsor Arms apartments and four people were injured.