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2 WOUNDED IN GUNFIRE EXCHANGE OUTSIDE KMART

Two persons were reported wounded at the Sunny Isle Shopping Center Friday afternoon when the occupants of two vehicles exchanged gunfire in a drive-by shooting in front of the Kmart store.
Deputy Police Chief Novelle Francis said detectives were dispatched to the scene in response to reports of the shootings at 3:40 p.m. An adult male and a female minor, both innocent bystanders, were wounded by the gunfire.
Witnesses described the two vehicles as a green Ford or Mazda pickup truck and a Jeep Cherokee and said both sped away after the exchange of shots.
One of the wounded individuals was taken to the Juan F. Luis Hospital for treatment. Further details were not immediately available.

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Two persons were reported wounded at the Sunny Isle Shopping Center Friday afternoon when the occupants of two vehicles exchanged gunfire in a drive-by shooting in front of the Kmart store.
Deputy Police Chief Novelle Francis said detectives were dispatched to the scene in response to reports of the shootings at 3:40 p.m. An adult male and a female minor, both innocent bystanders, were wounded by the gunfire.
Witnesses described the two vehicles as a green Ford or Mazda pickup truck and a Jeep Cherokee and said both sped away after the exchange of shots.
One of the wounded individuals was taken to the Juan F. Luis Hospital for treatment. Further details were not immediately available.