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Police: No shooting at Harrisburg fireworks

Officials say that a fight at Harrisburg's Front Street fireworks show caused a disturbance, but no shots were fired, and no one was reported injured.

HARRISBURG, Pa. — A fight at the Harrisburg's Front Street fireworks show on Monday night caused a disturbance amongst the crowd.

According to city officials, a fight occurred near Walnut and Front Streets in Harrisburg around 9:30 p.m. on July 4.

Officials said that police cleared the area and the situation is under control, but there was no shooting, and no one has been reported injured at this time.

A witness at the scene described the outbreak from the fight as "chaotic." 

Harrisburg Police Commissioner Thomas Carter broke down what occurred on Monday evening:

Mayor Wanda Williams addressed the fight at a press briefing on Tuesday morning in Harrisburg:

Officials say that people can recover their lost items from last night by calling Parks and Recreation at 717-232-3017 for more information and times you may pick up the items.

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