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1 shot at southwest Charlotte QuikTrip

The victim was transported to Atrium CMC with life-threatening injuries. CMPD said it happened during a drug transaction.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — One person was injured after a shooting at a gas station in southwest Charlotte Saturday afternoon.

Medic confirmed in a tweet that a person was shot and transported to the hospital from the QuikTrip gas station on 7115 South Blvd. The victim was taken to Atrium CMC with life-threatening injuries.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said an investigation showed the individual who was shot was with another person in a vehicle conducting a drug transaction with an unknown suspect when they were shot.

At this time, CMPD has not released any information about the suspect in question.


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