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Knock Knock + Gunshots: One NoHo Block, 2 Shootings

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Two recent shootings on one North Hollywood block have similarities, but the Los Angeles Police Department don't believe the incidents are related, according to the Daily News. The shootings took place about a week apart, with the most recent violent encounter taking place last night when the victim was shot after answer the door of his apartment in the 11800 block of Kittridge Street, near Lankershim Boulevard.

An unidentified suspect fired three shots at the victim, who is recovering from his wounds at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills.

On the same block, on February 23, neighbors say about six or seven shots were fired at around 1:55 a.m. The victim had been shot in his back and wounded outside his apartment.