By Tiffany Chan

LYNN (CBS) – A music video shoot turned into a violent shootout on Saturday in Lynn.

Six people were shot in the area of Quincy Terrace in Lynn while making a music video, and the Essex District Attorney’s office confirmed late Saturday night that one victim is dead.

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Officials say the victims were between the ages of 24 to 30, and one victim is suffering “life-threatening injuries”.

No arrests have been made yet.

Police responded to the area around 5:30 p.m after receiving calls about gunshots. One man was smoking a cigarette on his porch when gunfire erupted.

“I heard a spray,” said witness Virgil Vanover. “It was like maybe two seconds of gunfire and all I see five seconds later was people running on the street.”

Six people were shot in Lynn on Saturday during a music video shoot. (WBZ-TV)

After police arrived, four gunshot victims were transported to Mass General Hospital, while two were transported to Salem Hospital.

Kelly Ford captured cellphone video after the shooting showing a man wounded on the ground. She said a block over, police were rendering first aid to another victim.

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A look at the area after the shooting. (Photo Credit: Kelly Ford)

A portion of Washington Street near Quincy Terrace was blocked off by crime scene tape for hours as detectives combed the area for evidence.

It was a terrifying evening for Philip Kevin Barrows.

“It was a panic and the next thing you know – police officers were everywhere. We had an ambulance, a fire station and police out there. It was crazy,” he said.

Evidence markers littered the roadway as detectives went door-to-door interviewing witnesses.

As Lynn Police search for the shooter, neighbors say it was a frightening experience.

“It made me nervous. It made everybody on the street nervous,” said Vanover.

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The Essex DA, Essex State Police Detective Unit and Lynn Police are still investigating the shooting.

Tiffany Chan