Violent Crime

Two Injured In Richmond Shooting, One In Critical Condition

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Police are investigating a shooting that injured two men in Richmond today, a police lieutenant said. The two arrived at a hospital at about 5:30 p.m. suffering from gunshot wounds, Richmond police Lt. Bisa French said. They told investigators they were shot while walking in the 100 block of South 33rd Street sometime 45 minutes to an hour before they arrived at the hospital. They were hospitalized to be treated for their injuries. One man is in critical condition and the other is in stable condition, French said. Both are expected to survive.

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