Man wounded in shooting in Knoxville
A man was shot and wounded Monday night in Knoxville.
Police and paramedics were called around 11 p.m. to the 100 block of Zara Street for the report of a man shot in the leg. The man, who was taken to the hospital, did not appear to have life-threatening injuries, city police told dispatchers.
No other information about the shooting was available.
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