WASHINGTON – A shooting in Northeast D.C. Friday night left four people hospitalized, according to D.C. police officials.
The shootings took place around midnight at Todd Place and 2nd Street, just west of the intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and North Capitol Street.
Three of those shot were adult men, and the fourth was a juvenile, police say. All four are expected to recover. D.C. police say they are looking for two men who were in a light-colored station wagon.
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