In a horror weekend of violence across the United States, at least 76 people were shot, with 14 deaths, including a young girl.

In Chicago, a city known for its bloody gun violence, more than 67 people were shot over the Fourth of July weekend, and at least 13 were killed, including a 7-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy according to Fox News.

The 7-year-old girl, Natalia Wallace, was shot in the forehead as she played with other children on the sidewalk outside her grandmother’s house during a Fourth of July party in an Austin neighborhood on Saturday evening. She was rushed to a hospital, but the little girl died. Her family described Natalia as “sweet, shy, loving, and good at math.”

The shooting occurred as a group of people pulled up in a sedan and began shooting in her direction. Also shot in the barrage was a 32-year-old man, who managed to get to Mount Sinai Hospital after sustaining gunshot wounds to his ankle.

The 14-year-old boy was shot and killed about four hours after the little girl. In that incident, three others were shot in the back and killed, and two other boys were wounded. All were allegedly shot by four men who walked up the street and opened fire.

President Trump reacted on Twitter on Sunday: “Chicago and New York City crime numbers are way up. Sixty-seven people shot in Chicago, 13 killed. Shootings up significantly in NYC where people are demanding that @NYGovCuomo& @NYCMayor act now. Federal Government ready, willing, and able to help, if asked!”

Chicago and New York City crime numbers are way up. 67 people shot in Chicago, 13 killed. Shootings up significantly in NYC where people are demanding that @NYGovCuomo & @NYCMayor act now. Federal Government ready, willing, and able to help, if asked!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 5, 2020

The Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot spoke out on Twitter on Saturday, “Tonight, a 7-year-old girl in Austin joined a list of teenagers and children whose hopes and dreams were ended by the barrel of a gun. As a city, we must wrap our arms around our youth, so they understand there’s a future for them that isn’t wrapped up in gun violence.”

“As a city, we must wrap our arms around our youth, so they understand there’s a future for them that isn’t wrapped up in gun violence,” she tweeted.

There were 29 shootings in New York City, with 14 of them in Manhattan.

“You got to be tired of this,” Chicago Police Department Chief of Operations Fred Waller said. “Chicago’s heart gets broken again. Austin’s heart gets broken again. We’ve got to be tired of this because, damnit, I’m tired of this.”