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Four Teens Shot in South Dallas


Police block off crime scene.| Image by Brian Sevald

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The Dallas Police Department revealed that three males, all in their teens and one 16-year-old boy, were shot in South Dallas on Saturday, Oct. 9.

Dallas PD officers were dispatched about 10 p.m. to the 3000 block of South Boulevard, near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Fair Park. Three of the victims had pulled up in a Mercedes. Police said all three victims who were taken to the hospital had been shot in “their lower extremities.”

Police revealed that a fourth person who was shot in the ankle had been dropped off at a hospital. Police said three of the victims were eighteen-year-olds. All four victims are expected to recover from the injuries.

Police said they have not made any arrests in connection with the shooting as the victims are not giving police information about the shooter or shooters.

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