Crime One man dead, another injured after shooting in Fort Pierce
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FORT PIERCE — One man is dead and another wounded Thursday after an early-morning shooting incident, police stated.
Fort Pierce police went to a reported gunshot wound incident at 2:22 a.m. in the 100 block of Omni Drive.
“Two adult males were wounded,” a release states.
“Both were transported to a local hospital, where one succumbed to his injuries and the other male is in stable condition.”
Police did not release the identity of the deceased.
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The first responders reported to the scene at approximately 7:40 a.m., shortly after the first shots rang out, and began treating the gunshot victims.Two students were killed, and three were left injured in the shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarity Valley, which is north of Los Angeles. The 16-year-old gunman was also taken to the hospital in critical condition after attempting to take his own life after the shooting. The entire incident unfolded over 16 seconds, law enforcement officials said.
The address is in the area of the Sabal Chase Apartments, east of South Jenkins Road and north of Okeechobee Road.
Detectives are trying to determine a motive and find witnesses.
Those with information are asked to call Detective Jasmine Mojica at 772-467-6905 or at 772-302-4807. After hours, calls can be made to 772-467-6800.
Information also can be given anonymously to Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 800-273-TIPS.
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