HOUSTON, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Five people were wounded in a shooting Monday in the U.S. state of Louisiana after a parade celebrating the Martin Luther King day.
The shooting occurred shortly after 1 p.m.at an intersection in New Orleans near where the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade had passed some 30 minutes earlier, according to the news website NOLA.com.
Police said the victims were all between 17 and 18 years old and investigators believe none of their wounds is life-threatening.
Surveillance video from a store where the teens had gathered Monday afternoon showed a white car passing by and an occupant shooting at the teens from the car's sunroof, according to the report.
The shooting did not appear to be related to the parade, authorities said.