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Separate shootings in Montreal North sends 2 victims to hospital: police

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Police are investigating two shootings in Montreal’s north end on Friday evening that sent two men to hospital with gunshot wounds.

Authorities were called at around 6 p.m. to the first incident, which was a drive-by shooting on Rolland Boulevard. The victim was a 32-year-old male and was shot in both legs. He was walking with another man who was not shot.

He was brought to hospital and health officials say he is in stable condition. Police say no arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified.

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Hours later, at 2:20 a.m., Montreal police were called to the intersection of Monselet Street and Bruxelles Avenue for another shooting in Montreal North.

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Police arrived on the scene and did not find a victim but found bullet-shell casings on the ground. They say they were later informed that a 25-year-old male showed up to hospital with gunshot wounds to his upper and lower body.

Officers say no suspects have been identified and no arrests have been made for the second incident either. They don’t know if the two incidents are connected.

Both victims are in stable condition and will be interrogated by police.

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