Man shot multiple times on Crafton Heights street
A man was transported in critical but stable condition after being shot multiple times about 10:35 p.m. Thursday near a bus stop on the 1400 block of Steuben Street near Woodlow Street in Pittsburgh's Crafton Heights neighborhood.
The victim was reported by responding police and fire to be shot in the side and abdomen, but was conscious and alert. He was being transported to Mercy Hospital.
Police were looking for the gunman while crime scene technicians gathered evidence.
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