High school football game gunfire

On Friday in Miami gunfire brook out at a highschool football game.

A high school football playoff game t was called with 2 minutes 58 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter after gunshots were heard somewhere in the vicinity of the stadium.

According to reports, Miami Central was leading Carol City, 36-8, at the time and was declared the winner. with 2 minutes 58 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter after gunshots were heard somewhere in the vicinity of the stadium. Miami Central was leading Carol City, 36-8, at the time and was declared the winner.

From left: Kaion Lynch, 18; Mark Trimble, 19 ; and Larico Walker, 18, are shown in these Miami-Dade Corrections.The three teens were arrested Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, in connection with a shooting incident Friday night in the parkinglot during a a game between Miami Central and Carol City High, which yielded no injuries, police said Saturday. Courtesy of Miami-Dade Corrections Department BY LANCE DIXON

From left: Kaion Lynch, 18; Mark Trimble, 19 ; and Larico Walker, 18, are shown in these Miami-Dade Corrections.The three teens were arrested Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, in connection with a shooting incident Friday night in the parkinglot during a a game between Miami Central and Carol City High, which yielded no injuries, police said Saturday. Courtesy of Miami-Dade Corrections Department
BY LANCE DIXON

As you can see from a fan-shot video below, the gunshots had spectators at the game seeking cover (warning: video contains profanity). Another video shows players laying down on the ground after the gunshots were heard.

According to WSVN-TV in Miami, officials are unsure if the shots came from inside or outside the stadium. No one was injured, though five suspects were taken into custody.

“You hate to see anything like that happen, but luckily it seems like no one was hurt,” Central football coach Roland Smith said after the game, per the Miami Herald.