One Hurt During Jessamine County Shooting

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Updated: 6/22/2012 12:48 am
Police say a shooting occurred on Burr Oak Lane, near Southland Christian Church on U.S. 68.

The shooting occurred around 1:30 p.m. Thursday.

Police say it appears the victim and a  relative were leaving the neighborhood driving a pick up truck, and as they approached the intersection of US 68 and realized numerous shots were being fired at them.

The vehicle that the victim was driving was struck several times in the driver's side door and the the driver's side window shattered.  According to authorities, it appears the victim was struck in his left eye with shrapnel or flying glass. 

The victim and passenger were seen by Jessamine County EMS and refused transport to the hospital for treatment.






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