PITTSBURGH - Gunfire rang out Wednesday night, wounding a passenger in a van traveling in Pittsburgh’s Carrick neighborhood, police said.
The victim walked into UPMC Mercy Hospital with gunshot wounds to the back and foot, officials said.
Investigators determined the shots were fired shortly after 10:30 p.m. at the intersection of Parkfield Street and Nobles Lane.
Several parked vehicles were damaged by the gunfire, police said.
Wednesday night’s shooting was the second of the day in Carrick. The first happened on Brownsville Road, leaving a man grazed by a bullet when the car he was in was shot multiple times.
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