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Gunshot Wound Leaves Teenager with Indiana Brain Injury

Mar 20, 2008 | Brain Injury, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart


March 20, 2008

The South Bend Tribune reported that a seventeen-year-old male teenager suffered an Indiana brain injury during a shooting and has been hospitalized.

Police found the Indiana brain injury victim lying alone in an alley.

Several people had been seen fleeing the crime scene after the shooting occurred in the South Bend area of Indiana and Michigan, and were able to avoid the arrival of police officials.

This shooting incident is still under investigation.

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