Flint Market Robbery Leads To Shooting, Crash 12-01-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Flint Market Robbery Leads To Shooting, Crash 12-01-2010

Police in Flint are investigating an overnight shooting at a local market.
Police say someone tried to rob the owner of Brothers Food Center on North Saginaw Street around midnight Wednesday.
Police said shots were fired and at least one person was hit by gunfire.
Following that, a person then took off in a vehicle but didn’t get too far before crashing into another vehicle near Pasadena Avenue and Saginaw Street, police said.
Authorities investigated the two crime scenes for several hours.
TV5 learned the person who was shot was taken to Hurley Medical Center.
No information has been released on their conditions or if anyone inside the other vehicle involved in the crash was hurt.
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