Family and friends held a vigil in a Newarker hospital for a girl who was shot by candlelight at another picket on Saturday night.
According to the officials, four young women were shot dead and injured in Newark when people met to remember two teenagers killed in a car accident.
One of the victim's family, 16-year-old Jayla Green, tells News 12 that the teenager is involved in the machine fight for their lives.
The shooting took place at 9:15 pm at the intersection of Bergen Street and Madison Avenue, where people gathered to remember the 17-year-old Quadre Robinson and the 19-year-old Quayim Battle.
The other three victims recover in stable condition.
The police say they follow several tracks in the shooting case. Mayor Ras Baraka says these attacks are being "aggressively" investigated.
The Essex County Sheriff's Crime Stoppers program offers a $ 50,000 reward for information about the shootings.
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As reported in News 1
The authorities say the teenagers drove an SUV as they pulled out of control and crashed into two light towers before beating and overturning a house on Friday morning. The car went up in flames.
The owner of the house into which the teenagers were rammed, Najee Johnson, called these incidents a tragedy.
Baraka said in a statement, "The shooting of four girls at a candlelight vigil was a cowardly act of hatred that pierced the hearts of all in our community: Our prayers go to the four victims and their families It is a time for our city and our families to come together, not to turn our pain and our anger inward, but to love our fellowship harder and to work to bring the shooter to justice. "
Baraka encouraged everyone who had information to go to the police.
Green's family says the teenager is showing signs of progress and is now showing brain activity again.
The subject of the shooting is unknown at this time.