(CNN) — At least 11 people were wounded Sunday in a shooting in New Orleans, a hospital spokesman said.
None of the injuries was believed to be life-threatening, said Marvin McGraw, spokesman with Interim LSU Public Hospital.
Garry Flot, a police spokesman, said that the shooting took place at the intersection of Frenchman Street and North Villere Street.
Several people were shot, Flot said, but he could not immediately confirm how many.
A 10-year-old was among the victims, CNN affiliate WGNO reported.
Citing Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas, it said that police were looking for three suspects but have no one in custody.
The shooting took place during a Mother’s Day parade, said WGNO.
CNN’s Jennifer Moore contributed to this report.
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