5 People Shot During Neighborhood Football Game in Dallas

Police rushed to the scene, which is believed to be the Juanita Craft Recreational Center, and helped treat the wounded. No suspects have been arrested

At least five people have been shot while watching a football game in Dallas.

One of the victims was a pregnant woman who was shot in the chest and had to undergo an emergency C-section at the scene, CBSDFW reports.

The baby is alive while the mother is now in critical condition in hospital, according to social media.

The shooting happened at the Juanita Craft Recreational Center shortly before 9.30pm on Sunday, NBCDFW says.

The attack came after a game between athletes from two Dallas neighborhoods had finished. The two groups had been meeting at the field on Sunday nights for the past two weeks.

At least five people were shot at a football game in Dallas, Texas Sunday evening. Above is witness video of bystanders fleeing the scene

Cops told CBS DFW that a group of men pulled up to the scene and started shooting.

Police rushed to the scene where they helped to treat victims before they could be transported to hospital – some using tourniquets to quell the bleeding. The extent of the injuries are not currently known.

No suspects have been arrested so far, though CBS DFW reports that two suspects are wanted. No descriptions of the two suspects were immediately available. A call to Dallas Police Department by Mail Online was not returned.

Videos posted on social media showed crowds of people crossing a football field before the sound of multiple gunshots is heard.

At the beginning of the video, an argument can be heard. Then gunfire rings out and dozens of shots are fired as the crowd scatters, screaming and running for their lives.

Crime scene investigators were on the scene until early Monday morning, collecting evidence.

SOURCE: Daily Mail, Chris Pleasance and Ashley Collman