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Fresno Shooting Leaves One Dead, Another Wounded

Fresno Shooting Leaves One Dead, Another Wounded

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FRESNO COUNTY, Calif. (KMPH) -

Fresno police are investigating a deadly shooting that left one person dead and one other in the hospital.

It happened around 1:40 p.m. on Monday near highway 180 and Marks.

Police gathered evidence from the black car they say the two victims were driving.

Officers believe that despite being shot, they two were trying to get to Community Regional Medical Center to save themselves.

On their way, police think the two ran a red light and crashed into a white pick-up truck near the off ramp of highway 180 and Fulton.

"Officers began to tend to both victims. One victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds and is in stable condition, being worked on right now at CRMC. The second victim also suffered multiple gunshot wounds and is now deceased," said Lieutenant Anthony Martinez.

According to police, the two victims are both Hispanic men in their 20's.

Investigators are still working to piece together what happened.

They do not know the motive for the crime or if it has any gang affiliation.

Anyone with information is urged to call Fresno police or the Fresno County Sheriff's department.

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