Gunmen in Halloween masks opened fire on revellers with fully automatic weapons at rave in east London
Two people were injured when the thugs unleashed a hail of bullets at the ‘Money Move’ party in Leyton on Saturday night. Shocking footage shows party goers screaming in horror as the lights are switched on in the make-shift club after gunfire breaks out. A man, 41, was shot in the leg and a woman believed to be in her 20s suffered a gunshot injury to the chest in the attack, police said.
The gunmen, wearing clown, ghost and ghoul masks, hit a 41-year-old man in the leg while a woman in her 20s was shot in the chest. One clubber appears to return fire, with a handgun, video from the event shows.
A business owner, whose property was hit by a stray bullet, said: “It looked like it was a gangland execution gone wrong.” The shooting happened at the Money Move rave in Leyton, North East London.
One partygoer said: “There must have been at least four guns. It was terrifying. Everyone who had got out was just running but there were over 100 trapped inside. I turned and ran.
“They had blocked off the only road out of the rave with a car before, so not many got out.” Video from the scene shows the wounded man being helped by a woman using a belt as a tourniquet. As he urges her to tighten the white belt, she tells him: “Make no blood come out, you’re good man.”