Girl Shot After High School Graduation

Boston, Massachusetts – A young woman was wounded in a brazen daytime shooting in the city shortly after her graduation from high school this weekend, authorities have revealed. The incident took place in the Seaport section, leaving residents shocked and concerned.

The shooting incident occurred just before 11:45 a.m. when officers responded to a report of gunfire on 200 Pier 4 Boulevard. They discovered an 18-year-old woman suffering from a gunshot wound at the scene. Although she was rushed to a local hospital for treatment, her identity is yet to be disclosed.

Following the graduation ceremony at Boston Collaborative High School in South Boston, the victim was shot in what may have been an altercation. Reports indicate that the shooter was seen wearing a cap and gown. Law enforcement officials have established two active crime scenes, leading them to believe that the victim was shot elsewhere before being found in the Seaport district.

Eyewitnesses recall moments of chaos and fear during the graduation ceremony as people ran and cars screeched. One witness, Camilia Pagan, overheard arguing prior to the shooting. Another, Sam Miller, visiting from Chicago, witnessed the victim being transported on a stretcher.

District Attorney Kevin Hayden expressed his deep disappointment and called the incident a travesty. He emphasized that graduation day should be a joyous occasion, not marred by violence. Commissioner Cox assured the public that there is no imminent danger, despite the suspect still being at large.

Hayden urged those involved to surrender, while the police investigation remains ongoing. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Boston Police Department. Tips can be shared anonymously via phone or text message. As this is a developing story, readers are encouraged to check for updates.