Seven people have been shot and wounded in an apparent drive-by shooting outside a US funeral home.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett says all seven people were hit when a person driving past the funeral home opened fire on Wednesday.
Acting Police Chief Michael Brunson said all of the injured were expected to survive and were in a stable condition at a local hospital.
The victims included men and women, ranging in age from 24 to 48 years old, Brunson said.
He said police were still looking for a suspect.
"This is an untenable situation. This brazen act done in broad daylight is just unacceptable in our city," Brunson said.
Barrett called the shooting "an example of the insanity we're seeing" with the number of guns on Milwaukee streets.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that a car pulled up to a crowd of around 100 mourners.
Cedric Guy, owner of Serenity Funeral Home, said the funeral was being held for Braxton Taylor, the 26-year-old victim of a September 17 shooting.
The funeral was postponed after the shooting.