Shooting in St. Louis leaves 3 people injured

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ST. LOUIS — Three people were injured in a shooting early Friday morning in St. Louis.

Officers were called at about 1:44 a.m. to the area of Cote Brilliante Avenue and Goodfellow Boulevard, which is in the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood in north city.

Two of the victims said they were on a vacant lot when they heard gunshots and then realized they had been hit.

A 19-year-old man and 39-year-old man were able to give statements to police; they were taken to a hospital for treatment. A 23-year-old was too badly injured to describe what happened, police said, adding that he was last listed in critical condition and his vital signs were unstable.

Police also said a 65-year-old woman’s car was damaged after getting hit by bullets.

St. Louis police did not have any information to release on possible suspects.

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