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02/12/03

Police Investigate Shooting

Around 7:30pm last night, Colin Jackson tells police that he and his cousin were sitting in a parked car near Hawaii and Delaware Streets, when a man carrying two guns jumped in the car. The suspect made the two men get into the back seat and then began driving. The suspect then jumped from the car, while it was still moving. When the two victims tried to get back into the front seat, the suspect shot at the car, hitting Jackson in the shoulder.

The two tried to drive to the hospital, but ended up wrecking their car. Jackson was taken to Memorial Health, where he's listed in good condition. Savannah police are investigating the shooting.

Reported by: Melanie Ruberti, mruberti@wtoc.com

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