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NEW YORK – At least eight people were wounded by gunfire after two gunmen opened fire at a party Monday morning that was the scene of a music video shoot.

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New York police said the two unidentified shooters starting firing at about 12:30 a.m. into a crowd of nearly 150 people who were at a party on a playground outside the Eleanor Roosevelt Houses complex, WPIX reported.

Three men and five women were wounded, WABC reported. Their identities were not released. The victims were aged 18 to 27. One man was shot in the face and taken to a hospital in critical condition. Another man was shot in the shoulder. A woman was taken to a hospital for a gunshot wound to the face. Another woman suffered a graze wound to the face. The condition and injuries to the other victims is unknown. Police said all the victims are expected to survive, WPIX reported.

Investigators recovered one firearm at the scene. No arrests have been made as of Monday.

Since Friday, police responded to 28 shooting incidents and 48 victims in a spate of escalating gun violence, WABC reported.

“The key is more gun arrests,” Mayor Bill de Blasio told WABC. “We are at the highest level of gun arrests in 25 years. More cooperation between the NYPD and the community to get the information that police need for those prosecutions. The work of the violence interrupters. All these pieces have been working. We are going to apply them constantly. And yes, move officers constantly to where they are needed most. It will not happen overnight, but it will happen. We will turn this tide. There is just no question in my mind.”