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Pittsburgh cops investigate 2 shootings

Nicole C. Brambila

Pittsburgh police are investigating two shootings involving victims at two different locations.

Shortly before 6:30 p.m. Sunday, police responded to a shooting in the 40 block of Briggs Street. Witnesses told police that a man had been shot by someone driving a black Acura. The man was taken to a local hospital and is in stable condition, police said.

About 25 minutes later, officials received a second call involving a man being shot in the calf at East Woodford Avenue and Hazeldell Street.

The second shooting victim was taken to another hospital and also is in stable condition, police said.

The Tribune-Review’s news partner WPXI is reporting the two shootings are connected.

Nicole C. Brambila is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Nicole at 724-226-7704, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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