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Corrin Ray gunned down in Oakland and two others were injured on Broadway

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A 21-year-old woman who was killed in a triple shooting in downtown Oakland earlier this month has been identified by Oakland police. Early in the morning of Oct. 5, Corrin Ray was gunned down and two others were injured in the 1300 block of Broadway, near Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, according to police.

All three were taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds. Ray was pronounced dead at the hospital. The other victims, a man and a woman, survived their injuries. According to her Facebook page, Ray was studying music at Laney College in Oakland.

On her brother Jaron Isom’s online profile, Isom posted a picture of his sister three days after the shooting with the caption, “R.I.P My sister.” One of the comments he posted on the photo on Oct. 8 said, ” I still can’t understand why her.” No suspects are in custody in connection with the shooting.

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