Family day event turns into crime scene; Gunmen still at large

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Two people were shot, across the entrance to the National Zoo. Thousands of people were there to celebrate 'African American Day & Easter Monday.'

The gunmen are still at large. WUSA9's Mola Lenghi will have the latest updates on this developing story.

More on 9 news tonight:

  • A 16-year-old boy reportedly was able to stow away in a plane's wheel well and survived a 5½-hour flight. Since 1996, there have been 105 stowaways on 94 flights worldwide, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. More than 76% of those attempts resulted in deaths, the FAA said. Full report on tonight's show.

  • WUSA9's business and consumer correspondent Jessica Doyle is raising questions about culling deer in heavily populated areas after an incident at her home in Falls Church on Good Friday. Tune in at 11 to find out why.


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