The last few days have us seeing a spike in violent incidents in Buffalo.

According to a report by WKBW-TV, there have been at least 10 separate shootings in the city of Buffalo over the last 3 days and at least 14 people have been shot in those incidents.

Man Shot on Tifft Street Early Monday Morning

A 33-year-old man from the Town-of-Tonawanda was listed in stable condition at Mercy Hospital after being shot on Tifft Street in Buffalo's South Park neighborhood around 1:30 a.m.

Two Men Injured After Being Shot on Olympic Avenue

There was a large party on Olympic Avenue near Warwick Avenue in Buffalo's Kenfield neighborhood that ended after gunfire erupted. Two men from Buffalo, aged 38 and 25, were shot. Both were being treated at the Erie County Medical Center for serious injuries but are expected to survive.

Woman Shot At Hamlin Park Neighborhood House Party

Shots rang out at a house party on Beverly Road near Jefferson Avenue and a 25-year-old Buffalo woman was hit by the gunfire. The unidentified woman was transported to the Erie County Medical Center and she is listed in stable condition.

Everyone Who Was Shot This Weekend Expected to Survive

While officials from the Buffalo Police Department expect everyone who has shot over the last few days to survive their injuries, 2021 is setting records for violent crime. In fact, we've talked about before how if the current crime trends continue, we're on track for one of the most deadly years in Buffalo's history.

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Buffalo Police investigators are actively seeking details to help solve these shootings. If you know anything, they really could use your help. Please call or text the Buffalo Police confidential tip line at (716) 847-2255.

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