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Police: Man Seriously Injured In BB Shooting

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Police say a 55-year-old Wilmington man was seriously injured after being hit in the chest with a round from a BB gun.
    
Wilmington police spokesman Cpl. Jamaine Crawford says the man was shot Sunday afternoon on 35th Street and a friend drove him to Wilmington Hospital's emergency room. The man could not give police any information about a suspect.
    
Police say the man was transferred to Christiana Hospital in serious but stable condition.
    
The investigation is continuing.


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