Six people were shot, one fatally, after a peace rally at a public housing complex in Birmingham, Alabama, on Sunday night. Birmingham Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Shelton told reporters all six victims were innocent bystanders, caught in the crossfire when gunfire erupted at the Gate City housing community. The shooting occurred at 8:25 p.m., about an hour after a peace rally ended in the area, when many residents were still standing around outside. Witnesses described a scene of panic and chaos as residents frantically tried to get to safety after they heard gunfire. “I ran and tried to grab all the kids and get them inside,” resident Xavier Story told AL.com. “I’m getting as low as I can and trying to get my family in the house.” The name of the victim who was fatally shot has not been released; Shelton said none of the five remaining victims are in critical condition. There has been no word about a suspect.