China News Agency, San Francisco, May 31 (Xinhua) -- Police in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States said on May 31, local time, that a shooting occurred after a high school graduation ceremony held in the area that day, resulting in one death and two injuries.
The Associated Press reported that Morris Jeff Community School held a high school graduation ceremony at Xavier University that morning.
After the ceremony, an argument between two women on campus escalated into a shooting that left an elderly woman dead and two men injured, New Orleans police said.
None of the injured were life-threatening, and police did not disclose their ages.
NBC reported that police spokesman Gary Shetz said the three people who were shot attended the graduation ceremony that day.
Police say weapons that may be linked to the case have been located, but no arrests have been made.
In the past two weeks, there have been multiple shootings at high school graduation ceremonies in the United States.
On May 18, an 18-year-old student was shot and killed shortly after graduation at Riverdale High School at Middle Tennessee State University.
Four people were injured in a shooting after Hammond High School's graduation ceremony at Southeastern Louisiana University on May 19.
That same night, two people were shot at East Kentwood High School in Michigan, where another high school was hosting a graduation ceremony.