Guests at a London rave ran for their lives after gunmen wearing Halloween masks open fired on them.

Peoples Digest Online – Footage taken from the Money Move party in Leyton, east London, shows the moment the thugs rained down a hail of bullets on the party-goers. The gang of three men responsible for the attack were wearing clown, ghost and ghoul masks.

Another video shows a 41-year-old man lying in a pool of blood as a woman desperately tries to stop the flow with a belt. She can be heard telling the victim: “Make no blood come out, you’re a good man.”

One raver at the event told The Sun that over 100 people were trapped inside after the gang “blocked off the only road out of the rave with a car”. “There must have been at least four guns,” they said. “It was terrifying.

A woman in her 20s was also shot in the chest after the shocking attack on Saturday (October 28).

A business owner, whose property was hit by a stray bullet, said: “It looked like it was a gangland execution gone wrong.” A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police confirmed that firearms officers attended the scene after reports of a shooting.

The man is in a stable condition while the female victim did not suffer life-threatening injuries, they added. “Police were called at approximately 05:04hrs on Saturday October 28 to commercial premises in Rigg Approach, at the junction with Leabridge Road, Leyton, following reports of a shooting,” a spokesman said.

“Officers, including firearms officers, attended the scene and discovered a 41-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his left leg. “He has been conveyed to an east London hospital by London Ambulance Service where his condition is described as stable.

“Officers were then made aware of a female, believed to be in her 20s, who had self-presented at another east London hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest. Her condition is described as not life-threatening or life-changing. “A crime scene was put in place and an investigation has been launched by Trident officers.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.