Aly & AJ Thanked Fans For Reaching Out After Their Tour Bus Was "Caught In The Crossfire" Of A Mass Shooting In Sacramento

    "Distraught by the mass shooting last night."

    Early Sunday morning, six people were killed and 12 were wounded as multiple shooters opened fire in downtown Sacramento, California around 2 a.m.

    A street closed off by police tape

    Musicians Aly & AJ kicked off their A Touch of the Beat tour the night before at the Crest Theatre, and the sisters revealed their bus was "caught in the crossfire" as they were leaving the area.

    Aly and AJ on the red carpet

    According to ABC News, "At least four of the wounded were hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Authorities have not offered a possible motive and have so far identified only one victim, 38-year-old Sergio Harris, without providing a cause of death."

    Aly & AJ took to Twitter on Sunday afternoon to update fans on their safety and to send their condolences to the families affected by the shooting.

    The duo also prayed for the healthcare workers involved and said something must be done about the gun violence currently plaguing America.

    Our bus was caught in the crossfire but we sheltered in place and everyone in our touring group is ok. Thank you for everyone reaching out. A reminder to keep your loved ones extra close today. We have to do something about gun violence in this country.

    Twitter: @alyandaj

    Fans immediately shared their sympathy with the "Potential Breakup Song" singers and the victims.

    @alyandaj This is horrific and can be traumatizing. As a trauma therapist I hope you two and your whole team can have the time and space to process and heal. I am sending you all of my love. ❤️

    Twitter: @VintageHedghog

    Some talked about just how thankful they were to leave the show before the violence ensued.

    @alyandaj My heart is heavy today for you and those affected! 💔I feel so fortunate to have left the show when I did, but it breaks my heart for all those who were still there at the time. Hits so close to home and so much love to those who lost love ones..we really do need change!🥺

    Twitter: @Paigeybethxo

    Sacramento has endured two mass shootings in the last five weeks.