Four teenagers in New Orleans are now crime statistics in one of the country's most violent cities.
In the last five days four teens all fifteen years old or younger have been shot and killed in New Orleans.
The latest victim is a 13-year-old boy who was shot after getting off a school bus.
Police say he was caught in the crossfire of two groups firing at each other.
Last Friday night, 15-year-old Brandon Adams was shot and killed,
At a gathering to remember Adams, his mother said she's trying to come to grips with her son's murder.
"As a mother you want to fix all your kids problems. Well, how can i tell my other four babies, 'mama can't fix this one,’" says Adams.
With 65-murders this year, New Orleans is well on its way to reaching last year's murder rate which was 199.
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