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Man Shot Four Times In Koreatown Drive-By

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A man was shot four times in a drive by shooting in Koreatown during the early morning.Police say a 20-year old man was shot near the corner of 4th Street and Kenmore Avenue just before 2 a.m., Sunday morning. According to the victim, four men in a Honda Accord drove by and fired at him multiple times from the car. City News Service reports that he was hit twice in the chest, once in the right rib, and another in the shin.

Police think the shooting was gang-related. The victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition.