PITTSBURGH - Two people were shot Thursday in Pittsburgh’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood, police said.
Investigators said an SUV was involved in the shooting on Evandale Road.
The jitney driver who was driving the SUV told Channel 11’s Brandon Hudson that he had just picked up five people from a nearby high school when two people approached the vehicle and shot at them.
All three victims were taken to Allegheny General Hospital, police said.
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